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CANADIAN MUSEUM OF HUMAN RIGHTS (WINNIPEG, CANADA) The museum got three significant collectibles from me. A NANSEN passport and two German passports of Jews with the infamous J-stamp (Jew) RUSHEN HERITAGE TRUST (RUSHEN, ISLE OF MAN) Support on WW2 Women’s…

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  Passport Stampaholic Passport chops, Immigration paraphernalia, stories Passport stamps and visas Another site on Flickr with a broad collection… History of Canadian Passports Background information… Scottish Passports Scottish archive network, with scanned examples… The Ephemera Society of America The…

Experiences as a Queen’s Messenger

Experiences as a Queen’s Messenger by Lieutenant Colonel Kimmins John Kimmins had an army career which started in Sandhurst from where he joined a Cavalry regiment. On retirement at 55 he became a Queen’s Messenger. For those who know little…