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    Hi,

    Would it be possible to help me understand the Hungarian applied black rubber-stamps? what department and for what?

    Thanks.
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    Hi! Hungarian here.

    The circle stamp an the upper line stamp is: "Chief of the Royal Hungarian Police", and the under line stamp is "order of the chief:"
    It's some kind of pass for something from the police. On what document is it?

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    Thanks for the reply. Here, I attached some scans of the document. Thanks again.

    Neil
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    Ah, It's an ID & Passport! In very nice condition. Congratulations!

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    Thanks for the help! Have a great weekend!

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    that document by all indication likely represents a jewish persons passport to life.......imagine for a moment the emotional impact borne by the original holder of that document at that time in history.....pretty overwhelming bit of paper?

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    Sure is. Leaving shortly before the German take-over of that country, March or April of 1944.

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