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Article about: Hi, I suddenly saw that this passport has no date limitation, this is rather odd, no? wht was his nationality? job? An the visas? can the locations be made out? Thanks, Neil

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    Hi,

    I suddenly saw that this passport has no date limitation, this is rather odd, no? wht was his nationality? job?
    An the visas? can the locations be made out?

    Thanks,
    Neil
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    That's right, validity term - unlimited. Brokarev Anton Terentyevich, born 9/1/1881 in Roslavl, Smolensk region, Russian, serviceman, unsuitable for the military service. The pasport is issued by Roslavl district internal affairs section based on previous pasport issue №...... and the employment verification document.
    As to visas - they actually are the residence registration stamps, so called propiska. Can see Smolensk region in the first one, then two with Tambov region and Kuybishev region in the last one.

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    So this is an internal "official" passport?

    Thanks.
    Neil

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    Yes it is.

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    Tnx 8)))

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    So this too is an 'internal' official passport?

    Neil
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    Correct

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    And he has real super cool surname - SUPER.
    -= Archival research Service for Soviet awards. PM if interested. =-

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    The passport was issued in Latvia, 19.06.1941
    Not the best place and time for it's jewish owner.

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