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  • Iraqi laissez-passer and its reasons
  • 1951 Jewish laissez passer
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Iraqi laissez-passer and its reasons

The 1951 massive Jewish exodus that stunned everyone. This was one of Israel’s largest absorption of immigrants in its early years. Following the founding of Israel in 1948, it was now possible for every Jew in every corner of the world to arrive freely into...

  • 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...

  • 1944 Hungarian passport
  • Hungary before 1944
  • 1944 Hungarian passport
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  • WW2 Hungarian passport
  • WW2 Hungarian passport
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  • WW2 German visa
  • WW2 Hungarian visa
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  • WW2 British Palestine visa
  • WW2 Hungarian refugee document visa
  • Budapest 1944 visa passport
  • Budapest 1944 visa passport

Hungary before 1944

Budapest - an immigration paradise. By beginning of 1944 the war was taking its toll on the axis and the inevitable ending was not questioned: the allies were now winning the war and it was only a question of time and the price that the...

  • Kennkarte für Juden
  • Kennkarte für Juden
  • german J stamped ID for Jews
  • german J stamped ID for Jews
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  • J stamped Jewish travel document for children
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German special issued ID’s for Jews

1938-1941 Kennkarte für Juden. These were printed around August of 1938 on grey-clothed linen material, that could be folded in half and fit into a pocket-coat or bag (though Kinderausweis (ID cards for children under the age of 15) appeared already before 1939 with a...

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  • Estonian passport used in Manchuria
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  • Estonian passport used in Manchuria

Estonian passport used in Manchuria

Extended by the diplomatic legation in Harbin in 1935. The interesting part of the document can be found at the back: Manchurian Foreign Ministry official registration permit that was applied to passports or identity documents after verifying that the holder proved to have previous residence...