My grandmother was born in Neustadt (not sure which one) and at the age of 4 she was expedited a passport by the Combined Travel Board in Baden.
Info about the Combined Travel Board:
The Combined Travel Board (CTB) was established as an integrated triparite organization under the Allied High Commission for Germany on October 7, 1949. The CTB replaced the former loosely organized and coordinated Combined Travel Board, which had functioned under different elements of the Allied Military Government for Germany. The CTB, established to develop and supervise a single uniform travel policy for Western Germany, held responsibility for recommended policy on entry, exit, and transit travel control to the Political Affairs Committee of the AHC, and for the direction and supervision of the executive organization concerned with implementing that policy. Headed by a Director General and two Deputy Directors General, the CTB was composed of three principal functional directorates (Passport Control and Security, Internal Affairs, and External Affairs), a Chief Secretary, an international network of 20 Military Permit Offices and 110 consulates, a European network of 14 Branch Offices, and British, American, and French immigration inspectors. The CTB was terminated on May 5, 1955, upon assumption of its functions by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The immigration papers from my country says her nationality was German. But I'm not sure about this. Her mother (my great grandmother) was from Poland, and she was sent to a concentration camp during WWII, she stayed in Germany after the war and had children with my great grandfather, whom I think was Czechoslovakian. So how comes up children were german? Was it possible that when my grandmother came to my country, they assumed she was german because she was born there?