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War time used Polish passport

Wife of high ranking navy commander. Polish passport issued to the wife of one of Poland's pre-war navy heroes, who contributed immensely to the development of the country's army and the construction of its navy...

  • 1935 German passport
  • 1935 German passport
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1935 German passport

Issued by a diplomat with an interesting career. German passport number 2/35, itself being a remarkable low SN, was issued on January 2nd 1935 at the German consulate at Thorn (Toruń in Polish), located in northern Poland ...

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  • Rescue of the Danish Jews
  • Rescue of the Danish Jews
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  • Rescue of the Danish Jews
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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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  • WW2 travel document Poland
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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...

  • German Fremdenpass  passport
  • Nazi Germany Fremdenpass  passport
  • Nazi Germany Fremdenpass  passport
  • Nazi Germany Fremdenpass  passport
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German issued foreigner-passports

Fremdenpass samples from Nazi Germany. Non-Germans who were not citizens, and wanted to go aboard, be it for travel or emigration, where issued these travel documents (special passports for foreigners). Pre-1933 Germany housed thousands of non-German...