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    Interesting SS Pass Cards

    Both of these pass cards allow the holder access to certain otherwise restricted areas. I'm just trying to figure what event these may have been for. According to the cards, you would have also needed your regular ID for these to work. Has anyone ever seen cards like this? the dates are May 22 1938 and 8th-10th July 1938.


    -Dante
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    #2
    No one recognizes them eh? I'm not surprised....couldn't find anything

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      #3
      In the first document his name is "Toni Schelkopf"

      I found one: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toni_Schelkopf

      Gerdan

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        #4
        Vey Interesting - I've never seen anything like them.
        Gerdan, good job!

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          #5
          In the other document his name is written "Schellkopf " with double "ll", makes a different Name

          and a different person.

          Gerdan

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            #6
            Very unlikely that 2 Toni Schel(l)kopf had this uncommon Ausweis
            Just a typo. The same man IMO

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              #7
              Both family names are existing: "Schelkopf" and also "Schellkopf".

              Which is the correct one?

              If you google both names you will have a lot of results for both.

              Gerdan

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                #8
                Perhaps a mistake on writting?


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                Mike
                My spanish volunteer blue division collection: http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...d.php?t=506288

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                  #9
                  Here it's clearly a typo, this happened once in a while
                  For the same man I have seen the name written as "Steiger" and then "Staiger"
                  Also "Elinger" or "Ellinger"

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by schoenwurf View Post
                    Here it's clearly a typo, this happened once in a while
                    For the same man I have seen the name written as "Steiger" and then "Staiger"
                    Also "Elinger" or "Ellinger"
                    Yes I agree that it is a typo.

                    what was the Wikipedia about Toni about? was he significant? is there an English write up?

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                      #11
                      This is a very reduced Wikipedia version of the Toni entry.

                      The German version is much more detailed.

                      Gerdan

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                        #12
                        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_Schelkopf

                        Gerdan

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Gerdan View Post
                          Nice, thank you.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by schoenwurf View Post
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                            For the same man I have seen the name written as "Steiger" and then "Staiger"
                            ...
                            I recall that one. "Staiger" was the name assigned to him when he joined the French Foreign Legion.

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