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Military government weekly information bulletin
No. 23 (January 1946)

Highlights of policy,   pp. 4-9 PDF (2.6 MB)


Page 9

appropriate Military Government Office
through the same channels.
Those persons living in the immediate
vicinity of the frontier whose work or
profession requires that they cross the
frontier frequently, are entitled to  a
Frontalier pass. This pass accompanied
by a valid identity document will permit
them to cross the frontier as often as
their work requires them to.
Applicants for the Frontalier pass must
apply to the local Military Governments
Office, who will issue the pass after
clearance with CIC.
Civilians who are displaced persons,
refugees, or prisoners of war cross the
frontier without the AEF Permit provid-
ing they are moving under organized mili-
tary supervision, arranged by a competent
military authority. In such cases, prior
notification will be made to the travel
control post of the number, time and
point of boundary crossing. In all other
cases, displaced persons and refugees
must possess an AEF permit.
The border between Germany and
Austria is considered to be an interna-
tional frontier, and no civilian unless
travelling under organized military super-
vision may cross this frontier without
the AEF Permit or Frontalier Pass.
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