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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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    Hi,

    This seems to be Russian applied hand stamp?
    Any ideas on who or what?

    Thanks,
    Neil
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    Slavic, but not Russian

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    Is it possible to make it out? thanks.

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    Not for me, you see Uzbekistan and Mongolia also used to use Slavic alphabet

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    Thanks anyway.

    Neil

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    I added another stamp, the holders wife's passport, can one make sense of it now? thanks.
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    Jugoslawian may be
    Regards,
    Dimas

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    I can make out some?

    народно ос лобо дил ачки одбоб
    бор

    народно ос=national axis

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    I think it says:

    народно-ослободилачки одред

    which would mean People's Liberation Unit or similar in Serbian

    The lower three letters "бор" would be "Pine", so you would get 'People's Liberation Pine Detachment' or something like that. Probably the name of the unit is Pine?

    The whole thing seems to me to be related to Partisans perhaps, they used names like this, but i don't know for sure.

    Rob
    Last edited by Battery Command Post; 11-08-2011 at 11:52 PM.

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    It's not Russian, but Battery Command Post is right. Had a good laugh about this, because it make no sense in Russian.

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