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    Hi,

    This page comes from a Polish passport, issued in Moscow of 1922, early after the 1921 treaty...would someone be able to help in understanding this stamp and hand writing?

    Thanks,
    Neil
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    I cannot help but found this thread in the wrong forum. Maybe someone will see it now?

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    Quote by huddyhuddy View Post
    Hi,

    This page comes from a Polish passport, issued in Moscow of 1922, early after the 1921 treaty...would someone be able to help in understanding this stamp and hand writing?

    Thanks,
    Neil
    Hi,
    hope this link helps:
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/papers...xt-help-72043/
    It was already discussed.

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    Hello there. I am also in Moscow. If you do not read Russian, are you a foreigner like me? Can have my wife look at it later on if needed.

    Regards, Lars

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    Hi Lars,

    Thanks for the message.
    Yes, sadly I do not read Russian...

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Neil

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    Number 7007 and 7009. Moscow 02.06.22. Indeed on June 2, 1922 on a trip through the border crossing point Negoreloye. A citizen Porec A.M. with wife J.A. and two children travel to Poland to live.
    One of the signatures - Genrikh Yagoda

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    Genrikh Yagoda. One of the almost forgotten mass murderers of our time.

    Regards, Lars

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    Thanks, thanks & thanks!

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Rgrds,
    Neil

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