Norway 1940-1945

Originally Published March 1986 Introduction The effects of the Second World War on Norway have provided postal historians with a wide field of study, and there are some questions which may never be properly answered. Members occasionally ask me about…...

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Norway Defence Stamps

In 1914 Norway was determined to remain neutral, but some Norwegians felt that the country was insufficiently prepared to defend their neutrality. They organised a committee to raise funds to buy arms and this was done through the sale of…...

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Norway The London Stamps of WW II

Originaly Published September 2005 The story of the London stamps is fairly well documented, but many collectors appear not to know much about them, and it is worth telling here. Perhaps because they’re cheap, readily available, and fulfilled no real…...

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Norway The boxed parcel cancellers of Christiania

The boxed parcel cancellers of Christiania Kristania, 1883(?) – 1924. The boxed parcel cancellers used in the capital are far more common than those from the other two cities, Trondhjem and Bergen, which had only one type each. Christiania, or…...

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