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Death certificate, Udmurt language


Death certificate, Udmurt language  Death certificate, Udmurt language 
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Form of the Death certificate untill 1947:

The one-sided form on thin paper. The size of certificate is ≈ 13,3 cm x 14,8 cm, without watermarks. All inscriptions are made in Russian and Udmurt languages. The certificate contains information about dead person‘s name and surname, date of death, age, a cause of death, the place of death and a place of death registration.

Death certificate, Latvian language


Death certificate, Latvian language Death certificate, Latvian language 
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Form of the Death certificate untill 1947:

The one-sided form on thin paper. The size of certificate is ≈ 14 cm x 14,5 cm, without watermarks. All inscriptions are made in Russian and Latvian languages. The certificate contains information about dead person‘s name and surname, date of death, age, a cause of death, the place of death and a place of death registration.

Death certificate, Estonian language


Death certificate, Estonian language Death certificate, Estonian language 
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Form of the Death certificate untill 1947:

The one-sided form on dense paper. The size of certificate is ≈ 12,5 cm x 14,4 cm, without watermarks. All inscriptions are made in Russian and Estonian languages. The certificate contains information about dead person‘s name and surname, date of death, age, a cause of death, the place of death and a place of death registration.

Death certificate, Georgian language


Death certificate, Georgian language Death certificate, Georgian language 
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Form of the Death certificate untill 1947:

The one-sided form on thin paper. The size of certificate is ≈ 18,8 cm x 14,3 cm, without watermarks. All inscriptions are made in Russian and Georgian languages. The certificate contains information about dead person‘s name and surname, date of death, age, a cause of death, the place of death and a place of death registration.

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