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Europe/Other : Identify

 

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20 Jun 2020
01:39:03pm
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20 Jun 2020
01:47:15pm
re: Identify

From Bohemia and Moravia probably 1940-1950's.

Edit they are newspaper stamps, Scott P1-P19.

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Calstamp

20 Jun 2020
02:04:29pm
re: Identify


Czechoslovakia

1943

Newspaper stamps

Nine stamp series.

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20 Jun 2020
06:11:56pm
re: Identify

Thanks very much

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19 Aug 2020
07:28:22pm
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From Wikipedia;
"... The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia[a] was a partially annexed[1] territory of Nazi Germany established on 16 March 1939 following the German occupation of the Czech lands on 15 March 1939. Earlier, following the Munich Agreement of September 1938, Nazi Germany had incorporated the Czech Sudetenland territory as a Reichsgau (October 1938).

The protectorate's population was majority ethnic Czech, while the Sudetenland was majority ethnic German. Following the establishment of the independent Slovak Republic on 14 March 1939, and the German occupation of the Czech rump state the next day, Adolf Hitler established the protectorate on 16 March 1939 by a proclamation from Prague Castle.

The German government justified its intervention by claiming that Czechoslovakia was descending into chaos as the country was breaking apart on ethnic lines, and that the German military was seeking to restore order in the region.[3] Czechoslovakia at the time under President Emil Hácha had pursued a pro-German foreign policy; however, upon meeting with the German Führer Adolf Hitler (15 March 1939), Hácha submitted to Germany's demands and issued a declaration stating that in light of events he accepted that Germany would decide the fate of the Czech people; Hitler accepted Hácha's declaration and declared that Germany would provide the Czech people with an autonomous protectorate governed by ethnic Czechs.[3] Hácha was appointed president of the protectorate the same day.

The Protectorate was a nominally autonomous Nazi-administered territory which the German government considered part of the Greater German Reich.[4] The state's existence came to an end with the surrender of Germany to the Allies in 1945..."


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20 Aug 2020
03:52:05pm
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you got a variety of answers, all of which are correct

Bohemia and Moravia (part of the bifurcated former Czechoslovakia) from 1938-1945.


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24 Aug 2020
06:23:25am
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More stamps and reading about Bohemen und Mahren :

https://stamporama.com/discboard/disc_main.php?action=20&id=24040#171447

almost at the end of the thread..........

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From Bohemia and Moravia probably 1940-1950's.

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Calstamp

20 Jun 2020
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Czechoslovakia

1943

Newspaper stamps

Nine stamp series.

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eagc1397

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20 Jun 2020
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Silence in the face of adversity is the father of complicity and collusion, the first cousins of conspiracy..
19 Aug 2020
07:28:22pm

re: Identify

From Wikipedia;
"... The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia[a] was a partially annexed[1] territory of Nazi Germany established on 16 March 1939 following the German occupation of the Czech lands on 15 March 1939. Earlier, following the Munich Agreement of September 1938, Nazi Germany had incorporated the Czech Sudetenland territory as a Reichsgau (October 1938).

The protectorate's population was majority ethnic Czech, while the Sudetenland was majority ethnic German. Following the establishment of the independent Slovak Republic on 14 March 1939, and the German occupation of the Czech rump state the next day, Adolf Hitler established the protectorate on 16 March 1939 by a proclamation from Prague Castle.

The German government justified its intervention by claiming that Czechoslovakia was descending into chaos as the country was breaking apart on ethnic lines, and that the German military was seeking to restore order in the region.[3] Czechoslovakia at the time under President Emil Hácha had pursued a pro-German foreign policy; however, upon meeting with the German Führer Adolf Hitler (15 March 1939), Hácha submitted to Germany's demands and issued a declaration stating that in light of events he accepted that Germany would decide the fate of the Czech people; Hitler accepted Hácha's declaration and declared that Germany would provide the Czech people with an autonomous protectorate governed by ethnic Czechs.[3] Hácha was appointed president of the protectorate the same day.

The Protectorate was a nominally autonomous Nazi-administered territory which the German government considered part of the Greater German Reich.[4] The state's existence came to an end with the surrender of Germany to the Allies in 1945..."


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20 Aug 2020
03:52:05pm

re: Identify

you got a variety of answers, all of which are correct

Bohemia and Moravia (part of the bifurcated former Czechoslovakia) from 1938-1945.


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24 Aug 2020
06:23:25am

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More stamps and reading about Bohemen und Mahren :

https://stamporama.com/discboard/disc_main.php?action=20&id=24040#171447

almost at the end of the thread..........

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