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Below you will find articles about paperwork in general or related to the paperwork I make.

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    7.8 min readPublished On: 19/04/2023

    I regularly get the question whether Atlas Repro Paperwork is still in business or not anymore, since not all products that I

  • 0.9 min readPublished On: 20/07/2016

    Facebook is a nice way to communicate with my clients and the people who like the things I make, but is it efficient enough

  • 3.1 min readPublished On: 04/01/2016

    Some time ago I just wondered what I would have done when I would be on leave as a soldier during the Second

  • 2.3 min readPublished On: 29/09/2015

    Yesterday I had studied the photos in Jim Pool’s book “Ration of the German Wehrmacht in World War II” about the German Front

  • 2.5 min readPublished On: 24/09/2015

    At this moment I am finishing off some projects I had started after my summer holidays. I will write about it in

  • 1.2 min readPublished On: 15/09/2015

    The one in the middle is the original one. Finally I finished a long laying project which I wanted to reproduce, the German

  • 8.9 min readPublished On: 02/04/2015

    Military currency and occupation money are money provided for the use of military personnel serving in occupied territory. Depending on circumstances, military

  • company
    3.9 min readPublished On: 10/11/2014

    On the internet you can find loads of information and sometimes you are looking for a certain kind of information and then

  • wehrpass1
    1.1 min readPublished On: 24/10/2014

    Some time ago, in april, I wrote something on my Facebook page about planning to make a WW2 German Wehrpass Slip Cover.

  • kitkat7
    1.7 min readPublished On: 08/09/2014

    Some time ago someone asked me if the KatKat was wrapped in aluminium foil or something else during the Second World War.

  • odol2
    4.8 min readPublished On: 11/07/2014

    Back in the year of 1892 an entrepreneur from Dresden in Germany, Karl August Lingner, brought a mouthwash on the market under

  • barbasol1
    1.8 min readPublished On: 10/07/2014

    Just after WW1 in 1919, Frank Shields, a former MIT professor developed a simple product that allowed him to shave without having