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movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

Article about: Hi, This passport is strange: issued in 1932 and used only in that time. It has an early Soviet inscription from 1939 then a later one from 1941...this would indicate he crossed the borders?

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    Default movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    Hi,

    This passport is strange: issued in 1932 and used only in that time.
    It has an early Soviet inscription from 1939 then a later one from 1941...this would indicate he crossed the borders?
    Any ideas?

    Rgrds,
    Neil
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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    mybe they was jewish
    from poland

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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    The name is not Jewish, also, no Jew would return to western occupied Poland by 1941: news of what the Germans where doing has already began to reach the east....

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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    yea..
    what the germans did..
    you can say me what the name of this man?
    mybe we can find him in someweb
    or the with familia name
    and the places, cities?

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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    I think his name was Dr. Jozef Halacz...
    I read on line that there where permited 'border' crossings between the occupied sections of Poland, this lasted until mid 1941.

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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    People were "allowed" to move as Poland was divided so were the families. Most preferred to leave russian zone for the german one.
    Looking for following WWII German items:
    - anything dealing with Allenstein (Olsztyn) and Wehrkreis I in East Prussia,
    - entrenching tool carrier (straight and folding),
    - forestry and hunting items,

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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    I would think it was more harder from East to West...

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    Default Re: movement from the Soviet to the German side of occupied Poland?

    Todate still no idea on this Dr...
    I think in the German inscription was mentioned that he was a former Polish officer? former 1939 POW?

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