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I found these on a market stall the other day, and wondered what they are. Can any ex-Int Corps/BRIXMIS types who know the answer care to shine a light for me?
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Over to you lot
 
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Joker62

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I found these on a market stall the other day, and wondered what they are. Can any ex-Int Corps/BRIXMIS types who know the answer care to shine a light for me?
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Found what?
 
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Yeah yeh, I know

My efforts at self-expression are being stifled by the security measure put in place by the nanny state on my work laptop. I'll do it from my own porn-infested PC

Come back in a minute or two.
 
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Here's a pic of some of them being used on an winter FTX in the Soviet Union...

 

Goatman

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Sneaky Sowjet BAARSTAADS - Plainly, were all doomed ah tell ye! :eek::)
 
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Soviet Communist Party membership booklet and USSR Citizen's ID book.

Here you go:

The Collector's Guild

The Collector's Guild

Edited add that the Int Corps used to have facsimile copies of the USSR ID Card as part of the whole Soviet Studies thing. I got one on a Soviet Studies course at Ashford in the earky 80's and I had it knocking around for year. It might still be in the attic somewhere... :)
 
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There's a Komsomol (not Communist Party) membership document, a "Military Socialist Competition" log book, issued in 1987 under the authority of the commander-in-chief of the Air Force and what looks like a Russian-Georgian accounts book of some sort.
 

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