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Some help with Russian in an old passport...

Article about: Many thanks! it sure does clear things up. I attached a full scan of the passport page it came in...from Oct 1939 to Nov 1940 holder was in Belgrade, does this help? Thanks again, Neil

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    Many thanks! it sure does clear things up.
    I attached a full scan of the passport page it came in...from Oct 1939 to Nov 1940 holder was in Belgrade, does this help?

    Thanks again,
    Neil
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    Quote by huddyhuddy View Post
    I can make out some?

    народно ос лобо дил ачки одбоб
    бор

    народно ос=national axis

    Probably it's "народно ослободилачки одбор".
    Google translater thinks that in Serbian it means "National Liberation Committee"

    There is the Wiki page about it, but only in Serbian:
    Народноослободилачки одбори – Википедија

    I've just translated the first words: National Liberation Committees were organs of the revolutionary people's government in Yugoslavia, formed during the Liberation War in the period since 1941. to 1945.

    Three other letters in the stamp: БОР could mean Bor - the town in Serbia (Bor, Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
    Last edited by McSeam; 11-10-2011 at 11:20 AM.

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    It is most likely Serbian or "Yugoslavian". Hence the Beograd reference.

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    Thanks!
    This would be for after 1945?

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    Quote by huddyhuddy View Post
    Thanks!
    This would be for after 1945?
    I've edited my first post - maybe it helps a little bit.

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    Thank you sooooooooooooooo much! grt info indeed!

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Neil

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    Quote by McSeam View Post
    Probably it's "народно ослободилачки одбор".
    Google translater thinks that in Serbian it means "National Liberation Committee"

    There is the Wiki page about it, but only in Serbian:
    Народноослободилачки одбори – Википедија

    I've just translated the first words: National Liberation Committees were organs of the revolutionary people's government in Yugoslavia, formed during the Liberation War in the period since 1941. to 1945.

    Three other letters in the stamp: БОР could mean Bor - the town in Serbia (Bor, Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
    Looking at it again, I think you're right there. I think this question is now well and truly answered

    Rob

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    you should have posted the whole documents strait away, it would be easy to id the language, Only Serbs and Horvats using Slavic and Latin respectively to write the same words

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    You are right.

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