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1939 German ausweis?

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    Hi,

    Where these issued to return back to Germany?
    And who signed it?

    Have a good weekend!

    Thanks,
    Neil
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    All i can make out is the womans name is Aenny Thalberg and she is Latvian!...
    Edit.. i was only looking at the ausweis!...
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    This woman was an ethnic German (a Volksdeutsche in the terminology of the day) who was born in Tuckum (Latvian name Tukums) in Latvia and had held Latvian citizenship.

    She immigrated into the German Reich and was granted German citizenship as per 1 December 1939.

    The ID card was issued by the Ausweisstelle [= Identity Document Department] of the Einwanderernebenstelle Pommern [= Immigrant Branch Office for Pomerania] which was under the authority of the Chef der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD [= Chief of the Security Police and the Security Service].

    The citizenship document was issued by the Prussian authorities acting on behalf of the German state, specifically by the District President for Stettin (Polish name Szczecin).

    The additional note in the last scan is about the recipient having been notified on 12th April 1940 and is signed by a municipal employee or -official acting on behalf of the mayor of the town of Jannowitz (Polish name Janowiec Wielkopolski), County Dietfurt (in the Wartheland).

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    Thank you very very much!

    Neil

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