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  • WW2 life-saving visa
  • WW2 life-saving visa
  • WW2 life-saving visa
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  • life-saving visa
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1940 life-saving Italian visa

Issued for Lodz Ghetto resident. Much has been written about the courageous diplomats that during World War Two saved thousands of Jewish lives by issuing them life-saving visas. The list of these fantastic individuals is getting longer and longer and we are discovering more and...

  • Kristallnacht passport.
  • Kristallnacht passport.
  • A Jewess that was expelled to Zbaszyn in 1938.
  • A Jewess that was expelled to Zbaszyn in 1938.
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Kristallnacht related passport

A Jewess that was expelled to Zbaszyn in 1938. The events that ended up with Kristallnacht on November 9th started with an anti-Semitic action that was carried out by the SS and Gestapo the previous month. After Germany annexed Austria in March of 1938, the...

  • 1952 early German travel document
  • Refugee travel document
  • 1952 Refugee travel document
  • Refugee travel document
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1952 early German travel document

Issued to an International Refugee Organization refugee. Towards the end of World War Two the allied forces liberated areas that were originally under Axis rule, starting with northern Africa, moving on to Sicily, Italy France and ending with Germany (on the European continent)....