German History – Departmental Passport 1951 New York

German History Departmental Passport New York

This passport is not only one of the earliest travel documents of Germany after the war it is also a rare passport type issued to the wife of German chancellor Friedrich Erich Müller, issued 3 Feb 1951. With her MINISTERIALPASS (departmental passport – a type of official passport but below an diplomatic type) was also a German consular ID card issued in Nov 1950.

I couldn’t find out much about Friedrich E. Müller or his wife but this source of un-American activities is stating he was already a consular secretary 1941 in St.Louis. Indeed this is finest post war German history. Unfortunately I couldn’t grab this treasure but I was lucky enough to save its data for my archive.

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German History Departmental Passport New York

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