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  • WW2 Axis Special Passport
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1944 Attractive Axis Special Passport

Bulgarian Finance Ministry Inspector General's travel document. The last year of the war was very important with profound developments in favor of the Allies and with negative devastating prospects for the Axis powers, who were clearly by now loosing at all fronts, and the "Writing...

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  • Dayan family Mandate passport
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Dayan family Mandate passport

1946 issue for Zionist Conference in Switzerland. Here is a rare Mandate issued passport used by a member of the famed Israeli Dayan family. But before we can continue with this historical important document, allow me to point out some important points regarding the issuing...

  • Looks like a visa but is NOT
  • 1920 Polish passport
  • 1920 Polish passport
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  • early Palestine visa
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  • Jewish visa for Palestine
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Looks like a visa but is NOT

Very early Jewish immigration “visa” for Palestine. An attractive early Second Republic passport from 1920, the year that Poland began to print officially passports en bulk. This could be considered as the first version, with others appearing already in 1921, see sampled imprint: Drukarnia Panstwowa...

  • WW2 German passport for  Oslo
  • WW2 German passport for  Oslo
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  • Sicherheitsdienst
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  • German passport used for Oslo
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German passport used for Oslo

SD (Sicherheitsdienst) issued visas during the war. The passport in this article is interesting and special because of the added visas inside. The destination was Norway, and by 1942, the year the passport was issued, it was under German control and entering/exiting the country was...