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Some text in Russian, in a passport...help!

Article about: Dear Neil, huddyhuddy All read, this border crossing point Otpor (now Zabaikalsk Chita Region). Moscow- Novosibirsk-Chita-Otpor may be another questions ?

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    Hi,

    Can someone here help please in understanding these 2 pages?

    Thanks,
    Neil
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    Neil
    Transit visa number 146433
    citizen of Germany Bernhard Goldschmidt, followed by one in the U.S.. Valid for entry to the USSR through the border checkpoint Belostok or ... and further Moscow - Novosibirsk .... until 21 September 1940 and for the departure from the USSR through the border post ...... within 14 days
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    Pictures should show a little more.

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    Thanks! Would it be possible to explain each page? hope it's no trouble...

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    huddyhuddy
    another page-Bernhard Goldschmidt, going in the USA,allowed to temporarily stay in Moscow for two days before September 15, 1940 without the right to travel to other cities and areas of the USSR.

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    Thank you!

    Neil

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    Interesting passport number is only 14. Such a strange way to travel over a USSR, I can understand that he travel over a USSR up to the eastern border, due there is a 4 towns-at least 3 recognizible, after the Novosibirsk- is Chita, which is located near the Eastern border, but the last town is unrecognizible and needs better pictures.
    Regards,
    Dimas

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    Will try uploading better scans soon. Thank you all.

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    huddyhuddy
    All read, this border crossing point Otpor (now Zabaikalsk Chita Region).
    Moscow- Novosibirsk-Chita-Otpor

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    He went through all 4 crossings? that is a lot! thanks for helping me here! will upload scans later on.

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    Just uploaded a better photo, does it help?
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