Finnish Fieldpost 1939-1945

by Les Freestone & Eric Keefe This publication of 120 pages, 6 maps and 80 illustrations is the essential reference book for the English speaking collector of Finnish military postal history of the Second World War. The handbook is based…...

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Finland Temporary Cancellations Marks

In the past when a postmark became damaged or lost, temporary distinctive emergency datestamps were brought into use. Over the years the inscriptions have changed but the basic format remained much the same, usually a 33 mms. double ring bridge…...

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Finland 1941 Crash Mail

Finland 1941 Crash Mail: “Sampo”, Junkers Ju 52/3OH–ALK/LAK of Aero O/Y The aircraft was built in Dessau, Germany, in 1932. Ordered by Aero O/Y 7 Jan. 1932 with Hornet T2D – 1 engines. Handed over to Aero O/Y, the Finnish…...

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