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This is a Hungarian and German certificate issued, signed and stamped by the Budapest ghetto police (Gettó Rendõrség Fõparancsnokság) and the Judenrat (Jewish Council - A Tanács) in January 1945 allowing Fischer József, the X. section police commander to walk free in the area of the ghetto from 6 am to 11 pm and from 11 pm to 6 am regardless of the restrictive orders.
In Hungarian and German, with a Russian phonetic title: Policieini Zapovednik Okruga. Probably it was typed later by the Russians.
Clear stampings and signatures of the Ghetto Police Captaincy (Kommandant der Gettosicherheitsbehorde) and the Jewish Council (Judenrat).
A card issued by the Croatian-Nazi army, the front of the card offers a discount to the screening of the movie "Der Ewige Jude" (Vjeciti Zid), 1/24/1942.
An Air Mail cover sent from Wien, stamps tied to cover with special cancels advertising the anti-Semitic exhibition "Der Ewige Jude" in Wien, 10/23/1938.
Anti-Semitic post card from 1938, stamped with 2 Nazi hand stamps.