Reproductions of postage stamps used during the Second World War. Soldiers received postage stamps to send letters / packages home and also sent stamps home to get packages and letters back to the front. Stamps were issued to soldiers once or twice a month.
The stamps do not contain an adhesive side, so it is necessary to glue the stamps to the letter or package. The stamps can be used to present the soldier's postal personal needs and to complete the personal field post (feldpost).
Afrika Korps stamps:
The stamp was issued in March 1943 in Tunisia for use by soldiers who wished to send packages home to Germany. Soldiers using these stamps were required to use a 20 Rpf postage stamp with them.