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eMedals-Safe Conduct Pass 1944

Item: GB2529

Safe Conduct Pass 1944

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Safe Conduct Pass 1944

Safe Conduct Pass 1944 - Obverse with coats-of-arms of the United States and Great Britain at the top, type in German and English inscribed "SAFE CONDUCT, The German soldier who carries this safe conduct is using it as a sign of his genuine wish to give himself up. He is to be disarmed, to be well looked after, to receive food and medical attention as required, and to be removed from the danger zone as soon as possible. Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force", reverse explains The Rights of Prisoners of War and The Rules For Surrender in German and coded "US/GB-ZG61.A. -1944" in the lower right corner, printed in red and black ink over black ink on a newsprint stock, 105 mm x 178 mm, creasing on the right side and fold marks evident from previous storage, very fine.
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