4 Language Identity Papers Photo Kennkarte Occupied Austria


This is something I have never run across before. It's a 4-language Fotokennkarte for a woman living in the Austria. Document is plastered with stamps from Oberpullendorf. Looks like that was part of Hungary in WW1, and in the Russian Occcupation Zone after WW2. Date stamps range from 1946-1949.

There is a page of entries in each of the four languages - German, English, French, Russian. Cardholder is a widowed housewife, born in 1889.

Loose cover.

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