Nansen passport


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Nansen passport

n
(Historical Terms) a passport issued to stateless persons by the League of Nations after World War I
[C20: named after F. Nansen]
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According to Ms Sharon Cooper, Regional Representative of the UNHCR, the issuance of travel documents to refugees and stateless persons builds on a longstanding tradition, dating back 95 years, to the Nansen passport provided under the auspices of the League of Nations.
Additionally the doodle shows the Nansen passport he created opening and closing and the stick figures inside walking off of the page.
Their careers never quite intersected, although interestingly both were children of that post-Diaghilev Ballets Russes fallout, full of old ballets, older traditions, White Russians, and emigre Nansen passports.