A postal history of the First World War in Africa and its aftermath - German colonies/postal areas : V Morocco

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A postal history of the First World War in Africa and its aftermath - German colonies/postal areas : V Morocco

Type: Research paper
Title: A postal history of the First World War in Africa and its aftermath - German colonies/postal areas : V Morocco
Author: Dietz, A.J.
Journal Title: ASC working paper
Publisher: African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL)
Issue Date: 2016
Keywords: Morocco
Germany
colonies
postage stamps
postal services
World War I
Abstract: This is the fifth Working Paper of the African Studies Centre Leiden about African Postal History before, during and after the First World War, in areas where there have been German Post Offices in Africa, and where Germany lost those Postal Administrations during the 1914-1919 period. The other four WPs are about Togo, Cameroon, German East Africa (later Tanganyika/Tanzania) and German Southwest Africa (later Namibia). See 'http://www.ascleiden.nl/content/ascl-working-papers' and go to 2015.
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/37404
 

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