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Germany, Third Reich. A Lot of Five Third Reich Period Civil Identification Cards

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Germany, Third Reich. A Lot of Five Third Reich Period Civil Identification Cards

(Kennkarten). A group of civil identification cards, including two Deutsches Reich Kennkarte for Polish nationals, probationary residents (with red, diagonal stripe on front covers), stamped on interior with SCHUTZANGEHÖRIGE EINGEGLIEDERTE OSTGEBIETE (PROTECTED PEOPLES), indicating the holders were not German nationals but foreign residents of the annexed Eastern Territories, one issued to Maria Kolodziejzyk (b. 9 June 1919) on 13 June 1944 in Sosnowitz, and one issued to Aleksander Iskierka (b. 2 November 1901) on 27 March 1944 in Wartenau, a Deutsches Reich Kennkarte (Civil ID Card) issued to Marie Sara Sauer (b. 16 November 1892) on 11 April 1939 in Berlin, with a black-and-white photograph riveted to the second page, with two fingerprints in black ink, and two Generalgouvernement Kennkarte (Occupied Poland General Government ID Cards), one issued to Teodora Malezky (b. 20 October 1870 in Krakow), on 9 October 1942 in Warsaw, with a black-and-white photograph riveted to the second page, with two fingerprints in black ink, and one issued to Mikolaj Dabrowski (b. 8 September 1870) on 1 December 1942 in Hrubieszow, with a black-and-white photograph glued to the second page, with two fingerprints in black ink, each measuring approximately 10.6 cm (w) x 14.8 cm (h), ranging in conditions from good to very fine.
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