SMGP-111 German WW2 Kennkarte *REDUCED *SOLD


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Introduced in 1938, the Kennkarte was the basic identity item used throughout the Third Reich. Obtained through police precincts, and issued with the corresponding issuing office and officials stampings on it. Every citizen was issued one of these and expected to produce it when confronted by officials. After WW2, Germany began the widespread issuing of Kennkarten to citizens of its conquered countries. This particular Kennkarte belongs to a woman named Ursula Bischoff, who was born in Hamburg, Germany on July 22, 1924. Unfortunately, the photo of Ursula has been removed, and the swastika stampings intentionally covered, but her fingerprints in the book remain intact. A true testament to Nazi Germany, coupled with much personal history. A great conversation and reseach piece for the right owner.

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