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  • 1948 interim travel document
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  • early Israeli travel document
  • early Israeli visa
  • 1948 Israeli visa
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1948 interim travel document

Israel's "first" travel permits for overseas. The document here was most likely printed around April or May of 1948 and was meant to be used as a travel document or together with a passport (British or foreign) for leaving the Mandate during the interim period...

  • 1934 Soviet passport
  • 1934 Soviet passport
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1934 Soviet passport

Issued for immigration to British Palestine. Among the rare passports are those that were issued by the Soviet Union during the 1920's and 1930's, especially those issued for Jewish immigration to Palestine: The Communist authorities did not see kindly to the Zionist movement which they...

  • Early Japanese passport
  • Early Japanese passport
  • old Japanese passport
  • old Japanese passport

Early Japanese passport

Issued for immigration to the Hawaiian islands. Passport number 182620 was issued on Septmeber 10th 1921 to Kon Nakata, aged 32 who is clearly indicated as a "returning imigrant", near her name (rubber stamped). The document also states that she is travelling to Hawaii, and...

  • German Fremdenpass  passport
  • Nazi Germany Fremdenpass  passport
  • Nazi Germany Fremdenpass  passport
  • Nazi Germany Fremdenpass  passport
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  • WW2 Ausweis
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German issued foreigner-passports

Fremdenpass samples from Nazi Germany. Non-Germans who were not citizens, and wanted to go aboard, be it for travel or emigration, where issued these travel documents (special passports for foreigners). Pre-1933 Germany housed thousands of non-German...

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  • Polish Republic official passport
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  • Second Republic official passport
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  • old Polish service passport
  • old Polish service passport
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  • old Polish service passport
  • old German service visa
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  • old German service visa

Polish-German customs war

Official used passport for negotiations. This part of history is not that known. It does not fall under the First World War or the Second World War either. But it is connected to the former and it did affect the relations of the two countries...