Occupied Poland #N76-N90 - 1941-43 Complete Mint NH Set of 15

In 1939, Nazi Germany invaded Poland and started World War II, abolishing Poland's government, installing a governor loyal to Hitler, and beginning a policy of Germanization where the Polish names, language, and symbols were illegal. These stamps used during that dark period pictured Hitler and were used throughout the occupied regions until their liberation by the Allies. (Poland #N76-90)