October 2017 - Our Passports
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1935 German passport

Issued by a diplomat with an interesting career. German passport number 2/35, itself being a remarkable low SN, was issued on January 2nd 1935 at the German consulate at Thorn (Toruń in Polish), located in northern Poland ...

  • WW2 Spanish official passport
  • WW2 German diplomatic visa
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Serving in the dying Reich

Last 6 months of the war – an official's passport. Even as the war was coming to an end by the second half of 1944, some aspects continued to function "normally" as if there was no war at all: the diplomatic actions and relations ...

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  • Cold-War US passport
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  • Cold-War US passport
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  • Cold-War US passport
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1951 African car rally

Participant’s passport. 1950 issued US passport that was used to attend a “Car Rally”, taking the holder to various African states: Starting with Nigeria, then continuing to Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika, Northern Rhodesia, and South Africa with the last stop at Cape Town, at the tip...