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NEAR-Fest Official News and Information => Mister Mike's "Mishigoss" Board => Reds and Commies => Topic started by: W1RC on February 01, 2018, 11:26:04 AM

Title: One That Got Away......
Post by: W1RC on February 01, 2018, 11:26:04 AM
This item from my collection is very scary just to look at.....

It is a young German ladyís passport, issued in Berlin in December of 1938, with visas for three South American countries.  It is interesting to note that her passport was valid for only one year.  Traditionally passports were issued for five years. 

Also she was married but has her own passport which is also somewhat odd.  Married women were usually included on their husbandís passport.

I donít have to tell you what the big red ďJĒ stands for.......

Title: Re: One That Got Away......
Post by: W1RC on February 01, 2018, 11:29:46 AM
Beatrice Seelig was 27 years old when she fled.  She was one of the lucky ones.........she got away. 

Shown are the visas from Chile, Bolivia and Uruguay that undoubtedly saved her life.....Hope she lived a long and happy life in South America.

Donít think it couldnít happen again.........