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INYAN MAGAZINE (NEW YORK, USA) A weekly Jewish magazine which covers a range of Jewish relevant topics that inform and inspire their readers. Here a six-page article on the history of passports including an interview with me. FINE BOOKS &…

Sugihara UNESCO Project

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Yaotsu, Gifu prefecture, Japan – Sugihara’s birthplace, where also the Chiune Sugihara Memorial Hall is located As you may know, UNESCO’s Memory of the World Program is a United Nations initiative to safeguard the documentary heritage of humanity. Our hope…

NATO TRAVEL DOCUMENT, TURKEY

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WOW, what an unusual type of travel document! Issued to Colonel Haidun Togal on 1. May 1968 to travel to Belgium on official business for the Turkish government as a NATO member. Colonel Togal will stay in Belgium for 18…

Passport 1902 – US Embassy, London

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Joseph H. Choate (1832-1917), a diplomat and lawyer Here comes another fantastic United States passport issued at the US Embassy in London in 1902. The document has the original signature of Ambassador Joseph Hodges Choate and comes also with the…

Ballet Dancer Anna Pavlova Passport

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THE FIRST BALLERINA TO TOUR THE WORLD Pavlova left the Imperial Ballet in 1913 to form her own company, with which she toured continuously from 1914 onwards. The many stamps in this passport reflect her impact as an ambassador for…

American Revolution Passport 1779

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American Revolution Passport 1779 signed by Benedict Arnold Benedict Arnold was an American Revolutionary War general best known for his defection from the Continental Army to the British side of the conflict in 1780. Synopsis Benedict Arnold was born in…