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Philippines #N13

1943 Issue
Japanese Occupation Issue: Rice Worker More...
$1.50

Honduras #C158

1946 Mint Issue
Tribute to Pres. Roosevelt & Victory over Japan More...
$2.00

Australia #1436-39

1995 Complete Set of 4
Famous Australians from World War II More...
$2.00

Greece #RA72-3, RA75-6, N202-3

1940-1944 Mint Set of 6
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# 905 - 3¢ Win the War

Issued to phase out the 3-cent National Defense Stamp, the "Win the War" stamp was issued on the anniversary of U.S. independence and emphasizes the importance of America's mission in World War II. Scott 905 Win the War

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# 935 - 3¢ Navy

A salute to the Navy's war efforts towards the defeat of the enemy and the liberation of occupied nations. Scott 935 Navy

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# 925 - 3¢ Corregidor

The Island of Corregidor was the key strategic position of Manila Bay during World War II. At the expense of nearly 3,000 lives, the Japanese captured the Island on May 6, 1942. The Allies recaptured the Island in 1945. Scott 925 Corregidor

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# 936 - 3¢ Coast Guard

The Coast Guard took part in every amphibious invasion of World War II, rescued 1500 men during the Normandy invasion and kept the U.S. coastline secure. Scott 936 Coast Guard

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# 929 - 3¢ Iwo Jima

A heroic group of Marines in the 28th Regiment, 5th Division, climbed Mt. Suribachi under enemy fire to raise the American flag. Scott 929 Iwo Jima

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# 934 - 3¢ Army

Liberation of occupied nations by the U.S. Army were met with jubilation. Scott 934 Army

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Legendary U.S. Navy Aircraft

Save $2.50 on this Marshall Islands 1998 Complete Mint Sheet of 25

The U.S. Navy pioneered the use of aircraft in 1911 when it bought its first airplane, the Curtiss A-1 Triad. From this humble start, the Navy's inventory of aircraft has grown to dozens of types of aircraft used in combat, transport, reconnaissance and rescue missions.This breathtaking retrospective captures the extraordinary evolution of U.S. Naval Aircraft, from the NC-4, the first plane to cross the Atlantic, to the F/A-18 Hornet, the nation's first strike-fighter. Internationally acclaimed aviation artists Steve Ferguson and Jack Fellows created these 25 historically accurate images. Visit our web site to see enlargements of each fascinating stamp showing the intricate detail and brilliant colors! Sheet measures an impressive 6" x 8". (Marshall Islands #666)


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Legendary Jet Fighters

1995 Marshall Islands Complete Mint Sheet of 25

A who's who of 25 legendary jet fighters from countries around the world. On this colorful 7 x 9 inch mint sheet you'll see an amazing 50 years of aviation fighter history - from Nazi Germany's first operational Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter in World War II ... to the feared supersonic Soviet MiG-21, F-14 Tomcat and F-16 Falcon plus 21 more.

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The Greatest Invasion - 2004 Sierra Leone Set of 4 Mint Sheets

2004 Sierra Leone Set of 4 Mint Sheets

 

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy in what was the largest invasion in history. Shortly after midnight, 24,000 airborne troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of northwestern France, followed by an amphibious landing at 6:30 in the morning of nearly 160,000 brave American, British and Canadian troops with one goal: to break through the German line of defense and liberate France from Nazi control. While casualties were massive on both sides, the invasion of Normandy, which came to be known as D-Day, marked a turning point in World War II. Within two months, Paris was liberated, and by the spring of 1945 Hitler's "thousand year empire" had been destroyed.

 

On the 60th anniversary of D-Day, Sierra Leone issued an attractive and informative set of sheets commemorating the various elements of the invasion. The first sheet of 8 stamps honors the airborne invasion and its leaders, General Eisenhower and Field Marshall Montgomery. The tribute to the airborne assault continues of a second sheet of 8 stamps picturing some of the hundreds of fighters and bombers involved in the midnight invasion, including the Spitfire and the P-51 Mustang. A third sheet of 8 stamps pays tribute to both the aerial and amphibious invasions including the powerful Sherman tank and the landing craft carrying our brave soldiers. A fourth sheet includes 6 stamps picturing the leaders of the D-Day invasion: General Eisenhower, Rear Admiral Moon, Lt. General Bradley, Rear Admiral Kirk, Major General Huebner, and Major General Taylor. Thanks to the wise planning of these experienced military leaders, the war quickly turned in favor of the Allies and a European victory was within reach.

 

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D-Day Generals and Paratroopers - 2004 Sierra Leone Commemorative Sheet

Generals and Paratroopers Sheet of 8

 

American General Eisenhower and British Field Marshal Montgomery led over 15,000 American parachutists in the first stage of the Normandy D-Day invasion.  This mint sheet of 8 stamps pictures the commanders along with aircraft and tributes to the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions.

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D-Day Aircraft - 2004 Sierra Leone Commemorative Sheet

D-Day Aircraft Sheet of 8

 

This mint sheet of 8 stamps pictures some of the over 1600 aircraft used in the Allied invasion of Normandy – including the British Spitfire and Typhoon, and the American P-51 Mustang, C-47 Skytrain and P-38 Lightning.

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D-Day Landing - 2004 Sierra Leone Commemorative Sheet

D-Day Landing Sheet of 8

 

On June 6, 1944, over 150,000 troops invaded Normandy, breaking the Nazi control of France and marking a turning point in World War II.  This informative sheet pays tribute to the brave troops that risked their lives in the massive air and sea invasion.

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D-Day Military Leaders

Military Leaders Sheet of 6

 

This sheet of 6 stamps pictures the leaders of the D-Day invasion: General Eisenhower, Rear Admiral Moon, Lt. General Bradley, Rear Admiral Kirk, Major General Huebner, and Major General Taylor.  Thanks to the wise planning of these experienced military leaders, the war quickly turned in favor of the Allies and a European victory was within reach.

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#2559 - 1941 World at War (1991) - Set of 10

Prior to our military involvement in December 1941 with the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. had already started to prepare for war by instituting the first peacetime draft.  President Roosevelt signed the Atlantic Charter with Winston Churchill and pushed Congress to pass the Lend-Lease Act to help our allies.  America became the arsenal of democracy as convoys sailed from U.S. to ports in England and Russia laden vital supplies and weapons.  Scott US #2559 29¢ A World at War

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#2697 - 1942 Into Battle (1992) - sheet of 10

This sheet of 10 stamps commemorates the US commitment and involvement in World War II. Naval battles, infantry advances and air bombing campaigns are shown, as well as highlights from the war effort at home through rationing and women joining the war effort. The sheet also features a map showing major skirmishes and battles as well as enemy territory as of 1942. Scott 2697 Into Battle

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#2765 - Turning the Tide (1993) - sheet of 10

By 1943, the Allies had been fiercely battling the Axis powers across Europe and vast swaths of the Pacific. British bombers finally reached Berlin and began unloading thousands of tons of bombs on the city, and in the Pacific theatre the Americans were leapfrogging from island to atoll on their way to the Japanese mainland. This "Turning the Tide" commemorative sheet marks the 50th anniversary of an important point in the fighting, as the Allies halted the enemies’ advances on all fronts and momentum began shifting in their favor. The war was years from being over, but the tide had finally begun to shift. Scott 2765 Turning the Tide

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#2838 - 1994 Road to Victory - sheet of 10

After halting the advance of Axis powers, by 1944 the United States and their allies were ready to begin pushing the enemy back, and on June 6th, 1944 a massive landing was launched on the beaches of Normandy, France. The US Navy, Marines and Air Force also drove back Japanese forces in the Pacific, retaking New Guinea and bombing vital Japanese supply bases. By December of the same year, Allied forces clashed with the Germans in Northern France during the Battle of the Bulge. Both sides saw some of the fiercest fighting of the War, though this would mark Germany's last major offensive attack. Scott 2838 Road to Victory

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#2981 - 1995 Victory at Last - sheet of 10

The fifth and final installment of the World War II series commemorates the 50th anniversary of the war's final year. 10 stamps and a world map detail the key events that ended one of the world’s bloodiest conflicts. Follow events including the capture of Iwo Jima by U.S. Marines, the horrors of the Holocaust, Germany’s surrender, the dropping of two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and at last the jubilant celebration of the Japanese surrender and the formation of the United Nations only one month later. Scott 2981 Victory at Last

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200 Hitler's Germany

A Powerful Collection Over Half a Century Old! Fascinating Mint and Used pre-war and wartime issues, plus seldom-seen German occupation stamps of Poland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, Russia, Estonia and Latvia! Produced while under heavy aerial bombardment, the war issues are remarkable for their quality of design and printing! More...
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Korea/US Occupation - 1946 Complete Mint Never-Hinged Set of 6

A nearly forgotten era of American and Korean history! Following the surrender of Japan and the end of World War II, administration of Korea was divided along the 38th Parallel, with the south coming under United States military administration and the hope that a unified government could soon be established. Stamps left behind by the Japanese occupation were overprinted in Korean currency for use in the American zone. (Korea #55-60)

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German Occup. Latvia - 1941 Mint Set of 4

After the invasion of Russian controlled Latvia in 1941, Germany overprinted existing Russian stamps for their newly occupied territory. German forces would not be repelled from this area until February 1945. Own a piece of little known WWII history from an extremely tumultuous area on the eastern front.

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$98.00

300 Hitler's Germany

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Czech. War Heroes - 1945 Complete Mint Set of 16

Occupied by Nazi Germany from 1939 to 1945, Czechoslovakia celebrated its liberation with this set depicting military heroes - including soldiers from the British, French and Russian Armies who helped in their resistance movement. This series is known as the “London Issue” because it was printed in London by Thomas De La Rue. (Czechoslovakia #272-87)

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