This passport was issued at Berlin in 1942 to a lady, occupation being office secretary probably being wife a Nazi officer who served in Paris during occupied France 1942-1943.
Such Nazi WW2 passports are very rare because they were issued only during the war, and for a small number of people, for families of soldiers or officers serving in Paris or official employees associated with the Reich apparatus.
Another very special and interesting fact is that at the end of WW2 this Nazi German passport was stamped on 24th Aug 1945 by Berlin Police Directorate with a non-Nazi stamp, invalidating the passport.

WW2 Nazi Germany 1942-1945 used in occupied France


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