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  • WWII Polish emergency passports
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WWII Polish emergency passports

The issuing of passports during the first two months of the war in 1939. One of my passions in collecting passports & travel documents is to the period of the outbreak of the Second World War. But to understand clearly what is the difference between...

  • 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...

  • WW2 Swiss protection visa
  • WW2 Swiss protection visa

Occupied China & Swiss protection

WWII used allied passport with protection endorsements inside. Following the Japanese occupation of larger sections of China, which until December of 1941 was rather limited to smaller sections of the eastern coast, not forgetting of course the earlier occupation of the North-East (Manchuria), many foreign...

  • Palestine British passport
  • Kober family saga
  • Kober family saga
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  • Jewish German visa
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Kober family saga

Passport & documents. Prior to 1939 many Jews found a new home in the British Mandate. Those who were lucky enough to escape Europe, before those horrific events that destroyed hundreds of Jewish communities on the continent, arrived with immigration...