Passport of Max Isidor Mahl and wife Etie, with J
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Gift of Lucie Blau
Id no. 2001.A.285, Document, German
Subject(s):  Race laws, Emigration
As of October 5, 1938, German Jews were required to have the letter "J" stamped in their passports. After the Anschluss (annexation of Austria) in March 1938, Austrian Jews were considered German.

Passport carries a stamp, "entry into Shanghai 10 March 1939."
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