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WWI German Military Issued Passport
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The passport was issued on October 1, 1917 by the High Command of the 10th Army a man in the city of Varona in Belarus, just over the border of Lithuania. The cover features a large Hohenzollern eagle, which also appears in stamps within the passport. The document contains a photograph and a fingerprint of the recipient, and contains 3 entry stamps from May and June of 1918. It also contains the signature of a German officer, a Leutnant Section Chief. The document is 8 pages, printed on card stock, and it is approximately 3 1/2 by 5 3/4 inches in size. There is some separation of the covers at the spine, but this is only partial, andthe document remains intact and complete.