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  • Polish service passport
  • Polish service passport
  • Polish service passport
  • Polish service passport
  • Polish service passport
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Pre-war Polish service passport

Issued in 1936 for official consular service in Nazi Germany. Warsaw issued to a consulate official named Alfred Matuszewski – who was stationed at the Polish consulate at Schneidemuhl (Polish named Piła) close to the German-Polish border. Before 1945 the town was in German territory....

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  • 1944 Swiss refugee ID
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1944 Swiss refugee ID

Late war issue for a Jewish woman. When we think of Switzerland the images of good chocolate or cheese comes to mind. The country is well known for its delicacies and amazingly breathtaking scenery. These days when I go into the supermarket or the local...

  • WW2 German Kennkarte
  • German Kennkarte
  • WW2 German Kennkarte
  • WW2 German Kennkarte
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Special SD emigration Kennkarte

This article has attracted interest from our fellow readers and collectors so I have re-listed it here again. Volksdeutsche returning back home from the eastern territories. Specially issued Kennkarte for those ethnic Germans returning back to the Greater Reich. The German government attached great importance...

  • Post-war Polish passport paper
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  • post-war Polish ID.
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Post-war Polish passport paper

Using war-time German occupational material. The war in each country, be it Neutral, Allied, Axis or occupied exhausted nearly every single substance available due to strict control and diversion for purposes that otherwise would have been not been done so, during times of calm and...

  • Romania and the Holocaust
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  • Einsatzgruppe A dog tag
  • SS Volksdeutsche ausweis from Romania
  • WW2 life-saving passport extension

Romania and the Holocaust

1944 special travel-permit for a Jew. When one tries to learn about the Holocaust in Europe, there is a clear distinction that has to be made between Axis satellites and states that were entirely dependent on the support from Germany, the occupied territories under the...