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    Hi,

    Any ideas if this was issued in occupied eastern Poland or a Ukrainian Soviet passport?
    Thoughts on the last stamps from 1941?

    Tnx,
    Neil
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    It is a soviet passport not a polish one.
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    - anything dealing with Allenstein (Olsztyn) and Wehrkreis I in East Prussia,
    - entrenching tool carrier (straight and folding),
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    But the Soviets also issued them to former Polish citizens after 1939, during 1940.
    I am not sure if it was a Ukrainian Soviet passport or one issued in FORMER eastern Poland...

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    A Soviet passport issued in 1940 after the Soviet occupation of eastern Poland in 1939.
    It was issued to the resident of city of Borislav in Drogobych oblast (region) - currently in Lvov region in Ukraine.

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    Thanks!
    Any ideas on the last page? dates from 1941...

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    The last page refers to the residence registration dates/terms.

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    Any details?
    Thanks 8)

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    Quote by huddyhuddy View Post
    Any details?
    Thanks 8)
    About the last page.

    The first stamp:
    Temporary registration till 31.03.1941
    The number of his passport
    Date Signature

    The second one:
    It's possible to understand just one word "... bureau" ("...БЮРО")
    Handwriting: Date
    and address: Krasinskogo street, 55a (вул. Красинского 55а)

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    Thank you!

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