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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...

  • WWI refugee passport
  • WWI refugee passport
  • WWI refugee passport
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WWI passport issued to a young refugee

1916 issued passport to a foreigner during the war. We are all familiar with the post-war refugee passports & travel documents that began to appear following the international conference headed by Fridtjof Nansen (Who headed the international department for refugees at the League of Nations)...

  • 1920 Polish passport
  • 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...