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  • WW2 refugee passport from Tehran
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WW2 refugee passport

Issued at Tehran for use in India by the Polish embassy. During World War Two countless of refugees sought refuge in Allied and neutral countries; and some even managed to find a safe haven as far away as in India....

  • WW2 US Special passport.
  • WW2 US Special passport.
  • WW2 US Special passport.
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1934 Special passport

On official duty for serving in the US Asiatic Fleet. Pre-war issued special passport for a high ranking US navy officer that was sent to the Far East. The Asiatic Fleet https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Asiatic_Fleet existed mainly d...

  • Brazilian stateless passport
  • Brazilian stateless passport
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  • post-WW2 stateless passport
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  • Organization Todt document
  • Organization Todt document

Post-war Brazilian passport

1949 Issued for a stateless individual. Besides having the option to issue regular, diplomatic or service passports to their citizens, countries also have the capability to issue travel documents to those who do not have that luxury, of being a citizen, those who are refugees,...

  • WWI Refugee passport
  • WWI Refugee passport
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Post-WWI Refugee booklet

1921 German Red Cross issue. One of the major outcomes of the First World War was the transformation it had on the old world order and the changes it brought: The world that entered into that war back in 1914 was not the same one...