Dutch WWII “Persoonsbewijs” (Personal Identity Card) from the municipality of Enschede.
Good, typical old condition. Complete with passphoto, stamps, fingerprint and seal.
The Persoonsbewijs was an identity card which was introduced by the Dutch secretary general, at the insistence of the German occupiers in the Second world War. In april 1941, all Dutch people of fifteen years of age and older were required to possess an identity card.