Monday, March 01, 2010

WW2 National Registration ID Card

Copy of a WW2 National Registration ID Card (Front and Back)
This card belonged to my kinswoman Margaret Cowan
These ID cards were issued in Britain during the Second World War. They had to be produced upon request by a police constable or member of the Armed Forces. Unlike many other countries at the time there was no personal photograph attached.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have written a book about the Double agent TATE, which will be published in Sweden next year. We have one chapter dealing with Britain during the war, and, furthermore, about the ID cards faked by the Germans.
It would be nice with a photo of a genuine ID card.
Would it be possible to use the one in your blogg as a book illustration?
Yours,
Tommy Jonason Sweden
tommyjonasonAThotmail.com

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