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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Additionally the doodle shows the Nansen passport he created opening and closing and the stick figures inside walking off of the page.
Nor would Canada recognize the "Nansen passport" for post-war refugees, named for the League of Nations' High Commissioner for Refugees, Fridtjof Nansen, who also gave his name to the Nansen Prize.