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    I was given this yesterday. Is this original, whatever it is?

    Thank you.
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    Looks like a passport, I like it, others could verify though,

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    Original Fremdenpass. Passport that was given by Germans to foreigners/aliens. Quite nice too!

    Regards,

    Carl

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    Quote by carltiger View Post
    Original Fremdenpass. Passport that was given by Germans to foreigners/aliens. Quite nice too!

    Regards,

    Carl

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    Original Fremdenpass. Passport that was given by Germans to foreigners/aliens. Quite nice too!

    Regards,

    Carl
    It looks good yes.... but ALIENS?! That got me laughing my eyes out...!! Thanks though

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    "Alien" is just another word for "Foreigner" in English. lol

    It looks like a nice passport!

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    As already stated above, it is an Alien's Passport / Certificate of Identity issued to persons not holding German citizenship [= foreigners, stateless persons, and persons with undetermined nationality].

    Page 1 shows the holder of the passport to be a Mrs. Minna Janiak, née Pooch, states that the holder does not have German citizenship and lists the passport no. [235/39].

    Page 2 lists the usual personal data. Mrs. Janiak was a stateless person. Her occupation is given as "wife". She was born on 6 December 1907 at Silligsdorf [a Western Pomeranian village, called Sielsko in Polish]. Her place of residence was Dahlow in the County Saatzig. Decription is as short, round-faced, with grey-brown eyes, dark blond hair and no special distinguishing marks.

    The entries on page 4 state that the document is only valid domestically and will expire on 19th July 1940.

    The entries on page 7 certify that the holder has a residence permit for the Reich's territory until 31st Dec. 1939.

    The entries on page 4 and 7 were made out by the office of the County Commissioner of the Saatzig County, sealed and signed at Stargard in Pomerania on 20 July 1939.

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    Thank you very much for that information!

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    I was wondering when you were going to come to the rescue HP thanks

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