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Very interesting army booklet what I just found!


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Hi all,

I just picked up randomly a Soviet Army booklet from post WW2 period (1947). First I just wanted just to look at it and hand it back on the antique shop to try to read Russian because it is language what I have almost forgot. Anyway, what catch my eyes and why I bought it asap was his nationality.... how many Soviet Army passes to Swedish you have seen? :whistle:

Regards,

Noor

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I think that "Военный билет" could be issued to Александер Густовович Кильдер after Soviet Union incorporated Estonia and Alexander Kildjer s/o Gustav was a representative of the Swedish minority in this country. "Soldier's book" was one of documents given to new citizens of USSR during registration.

Interestingly, websites contain some information about Alexander Gustavsson Kildjer born in Estonia in 1904.

http://www.rnhf.se/ancestry/show_family.php?nummer=11547

http://www.geni.com/people/Alexander-Kildjer/6000000015938165120

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