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Escaping out of Denmark during the war

A Polish Jew's passport used to escape to freedom. The remarkable story of Denmark during World War Two and its courageous help it gave its Jewish population is an unforgettable event of that horrific war. From all the countries in Europe, Denmark’s Jewish community suffered...

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  • WW2 Soviet occupation passport
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1940 Soviet occupation passport

Issued to a Jew at Lwow in eastern Poland. Following the Soviet occupation of eastern Poland on September 17th 1939 and of the Baltic States the following year, the issuing of new set of papers began for those who 'accepted' their new citizenship. The process...

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Place of birth: Bergen Belsen camp

As indicated inside a 1965 issued passport. When one collects documents and papers from time to time one manages to locate the odd and interesting item. This can be classified as one such case. Dvora-lea Weingarten was born to Jehoshua and Rosa Weingarten (nee Gejermost)...

  • ww2 German passport for SS
  • ww2 German passport for SS
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  • Karl von Krempler

SS officer who never stood on trial.

1948 post-war issued passport to a former SS Standartenführer. Today it has become a known fact that many former SS and Nazi party members avoided trial and imprisonment after the war. Majority of them lived in relatively safe and calm conditions around the world: Canada,...