Two very interesting work passes for Polish citizens living in German Occupied Poland or what the Germans called "Generalgouvernement". Both pass are identical on front and read. The boy was 18 when given his pass. The girl was 17. They both look absolutely thrilled. The girl's photo has two stamps, one from the Generalgouvernment and the other from some camp or another. Neither stamp goes onto the paper stock of the pass itself so was probably removed from a different ID when this one was issued. Perhaps they gave her a different pass when she was considered an adult and they just recycled the photo. At any rate, two very interesting pieces of WWII history.