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Identifying issuing location of old 1919 passport

Article about: Hi, I am trying to identify the stamps on this passport, dating 1919. The issuing body? any ideas? It was issued to Piotr Rotenberg, and would like to learn more about him during his stay in

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    Added all images of the letter, hope it helps 8)))
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    Pathetic words about the fallen Russia, the author said about the time in Odessa, and he was very impressed by recieving the letter from Mr Rutenberg, he was happy he is alive. He is wondered how he was a Russian patriot, and many stupid things are done by Denikin and genaral Dragomirov. I can' t read all, but seems he' ve sent personal telegrams with a kind of offers to the Koltchak, Yudenich, Sazonov and English mission. I will try encrypt the letter later
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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