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Ca. 1943-44 Bulgarian Passport - Ruslan Raichev, Orchestra Conductor - travel to Germany, Yugoslavia, NDH, Hungary

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Passports and Travel Documents6 of 182Ca. 1913 Emergency USA Passport Consular Issue Berlin signed by future US Ambassador to Japan before WW2Germany during the cold war part 10 -  East Berlin Passport
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    Posted 3 months ago

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    Nice travel document for a semi-famous Bulgarian musician and orchestra conductor Ruslan Raichev who travelled through Axis held areas during the War's downturn for Germany. Must have held concerts to entertain the populace and troops to increase morale. Survived the war and there is a discography for him noted online. Imagine the dangers of travel at that time. Visas including transit from NDH, Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Germany, enjoy....

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 months ago
      I just read that Sweden was behind putting the red J on Jewish passports. They refused to offer any gov't aid to those that slipped into Sweden. Bit off subject, but found that interesting.
    2. docnoc docnoc, 3 months ago
      BB2- Switzerland - not Sweden was behind the Red J being applied to the Reich Documents.
    3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 months ago
      I still remember it as Sweden, but will take your word for it. Both countries had similar refugee policies.

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