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Russian & Swedish in passports 1946

Article about: Hi, Hope someone who understand Russian or Swedish can help here: scans of 2 passports, one Russian from 1946, Issued in China, what would the the hand written part mean? 2nd scan, what are

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    Hi,

    Hope someone who understand Russian or Swedish can help here: scans of 2 passports, one Russian from 1946, Issued in China, what would the the hand written part mean? 2nd scan, what are the 'boxed' rubber-stamps? and the last scan is of a Polish service-passport from 1946, what is the Swedish hand-written part above the date 29.5 1946?

    Many thanks,
    Neil.
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    Documents which used to get an short term residense permission... temporarily ID n11/146 issued 4 Mai 1946, issued by Soviet council in the Far East. Next stamp is: taxes to consulat paid
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    Well the beginning is Sex veckor före den första augusti in english six weeks befre the first of august 46.. "Kungliga svenska" and the rest (handwritten) should propably say "Regeringen" but is not even close "Reskrirunigen"

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    Rgds Jan

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    Thanks Dima & Jan!

    Jan, what is the meaning for "Regeringen" and "Reskrirunigen"?

    Thanks.
    Neil.

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    That would be the parlament, regierung etc.

    Rgds Jan

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    Hi again,

    That would be the reason for the trip? visa issuing?

    Neil.

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    The visa gives allows him to stay 6 weeks in Sweden before the first of august 1946. It´s issued at the Swedish consulate in Paris which would explain the wrongly written "regeringen"

    Rgds. Jan

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    Thanks.

    Would you be able to tell what these new pages say? 3 pages from a Polish passport issued in 1944 Stockholm.

    Many many thanks,
    Neil.
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