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  • Brazilian stateless passport
  • Brazilian stateless passport
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  • post-WW2 stateless passport
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  • Organization Todt document
  • Organization Todt document

Post-war Brazilian passport

1949 Issued for a stateless individual. Besides having the option to issue regular, diplomatic or service passports to their citizens, countries also have the capability to issue travel documents to those who do not have that luxury, of being a citizen, those who are refugees,...

  • British Palestine passport for China
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  • British Palestine passport for Manchuria
  • British Palestine passport for China
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Going to Manchuria in 1938

Visa issued inside a British Palestine passport. The Manchurian Imperial State (满洲帝国) was established or proclaimed as a state in 1932 after the Japanese invaded the territory on September 18th 1931 in what was then part of north-eastern China known also as "Dong Bei" ...

  • WW2 Axis Special Passport
  • WW2 Axis Special Passport
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1944 Attractive Axis Special Passport

Bulgarian Finance Ministry Inspector General's travel document. The last year of the war was very important with profound developments in favor of the Allies and with negative devastating prospects for the Axis powers, who were clearly by now loosing at all fronts, and the "Writing...