114 search results for "diplomat"

LINCOLN APPOINTS MINISTER TO PRUSSIA

12 January, 2015
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LINCOLN APPOINTS NORMAN B. JUDD AS MINISTER TO PRUSSIA ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809-1865).  Lincoln was the Sixteenth President. NORMAN B. JUDD (1815-1878).  Judd was a lawyer in Illinois and a member of the Illinois State Senate, where he befriended Abraham Lincoln.  Judd served as a delegate to the 1860 Republican National Convention and placed Lincoln’s name at the Convention for President.  He traveled with the President-elect from Illinois to Washington. ...

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REFERENCES

1 January, 2015
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SKYNEWS.CH (ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) Article in Feb 2015 issue about Swiss aviation pioneer Ernst Nyffenegger & his passportGIZMODO.COM (NEW YORK, USA)Article / Interview on passport securityTHE GUARDIAN (LONDON, UK) support for a passport galleryLAW ENFORCEMENT – POLICE (LENDAVA, SLOVENIA) support on a diplomatic passport CongoDIPLOMATIC COURIER ALUMNI (History of the Diplomatic Courier Service, USA) support on passport historyCALCALYST (Israel’s largest business daily newspaper and website) Interview on current passport design...

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New additions to my collection

28 December, 2014
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The gaps in my German Empire collection are getting smaller as I could just acquire a “Grand Duchy of Weimar” passport booklet. Thanks a fellow collector who made this possible. Another significant addition to my German collection is a early Federal German Diplomatic passport issued on 1. Feb 1953, on the day exactly 2 years after the Federal Republic of Germany was allowed to issue again passports. Till 31....

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Edgar Kupfer-Koberwitz – Dachau Diaries

21 December, 2014
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On May 11, 1945 just three days after the German capitulation the US-Missions in Bern, Stockholm and Madrid requested access to the German Diplomatic Archives. A “diplomatic note” to Switzerland was sent 5 weeks later on June 18th 1945 when the “Deutsche Interessenvertretung in der Schweiz” (German Interest Section in Switzerland) was already established. The “Deutsche Interessenvertretung in der Schweiz” was a unique construct as it was established as...

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Tons of Albert Einstein Documents Are Now Online

9 December, 2014
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On Friday Digital Einstein went live, bringing with it a treasure trove of Einstein letters, correspondences, postcards, and notes detailing the life of one of the world’s greatest thinkers. As The New York Times reports, these are The Dead Sea Scrolls of physics and you can read them today for free. Of course, many of these early letters leading up to 1923 were originally written in Einstein’s native German...

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Another Film Poject Supported

1 December, 2014
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In meantime my website is also well acknowledged by Film and TV productions. BBC, ITV, Kaufman Astoria are just some references. I can even say I was working with a Top Hollywood Property Master – Michael Jortner. Michael worked on Box Office Hit’s like OBLIVION (Tom Cruise), LIMITLESS (Bradley Cooper) or I AM LEGEND (Will Smith). The latest request came also from a property master for a German Film/TV...

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PASSPORT MARSHAL PETAIN

28 November, 2014
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Currently you have the chance to grab a document of significant French history – the passport of later Chief of State (Chef de l’État Français) of Vichy France (1940 to 1944). Pétain, who was 84 years old in 1940, ranks as France’s oldest head of state. It is not a diplomatic passport as the seller describes but it’s still a great item to enrich your collection as such documents you...

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Carl Lutz – The Forgotten Hero

2 November, 2014
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Here comes an outstanding and awarded video book app about Swiss Diplomat CARL LUTZ who saved sixty-thousand Jewish life’s by issuing so called “SCHUTZPÄSSE (PROTECTION LETTERS)” in Budapest in 1944. This video trailer of “Carl Lutz – The Forgotten Hero” – A film form Daniel von Aarburg (SRF) gives you the first impression of life and work of this “Righteous Diplomat”. He was one of a small group of...

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US Passport 1796 issued by David Humphreys

9 October, 2014
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US Passport 1796 issued by David Humphreys – THIS is one of the most exceptional passports a collector can get! A historical treasure of its finest and truly a highlight of American history in general and of US passport history in specific! One of the earliest passports of the United States of America issued by David Humphreys (July 10, 1752 – February 21, 1818) Travel passes were required by...

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LINKS

1 October, 2014
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LINKS Collectorsweekly The Best of Vintage and Antiques… Ephemera Blog Exploring the world of paper… Passport Land This website displays a private collection of 500(!) old passports including genealogy & biography of their bearers Passport Stampaholic Passport chops, Immigration paraphernalia, stories Autograph-club.org (currently offline) International Autograph Society in Germany (English) ada1986.de International Autograph Society in Germany (German) Passport stamps and visas Another site on Flickr with a broad collection…...

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