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[20197] GREECE - CORFU …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to CORFU… 1917 - 18 Group 7 stampless plain postcards all to Corfu all with various differing vernacular cyrillic datestamps including Serb Field Posts 801, 889, 988, 111, 333 & different styles of censor handstamps .… 7 items & a good group. ................................................................................................ Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$270
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195] YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES.. 1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2) & Plain card to Nice datelined 15 May 1917, Mukpa from Sergent to Serb name at Serbe Depute, Nice cancelled cryillic cds with part of message blacked out by censor & Serb transit cds (22 May) + Blue framed cyrillic censor [2] card to Nice headed from Serb & cancelled Bizerte /Tunisie cds (20 Apr) & with violet double framed Censure /Militare [3] card to Cannes headed from Colonel Prendites with fine cyrillic (4 Apr) cds & black framed Censure /Militaire Serbe, unframed Postes Serbes both tied by blue crayon Y .......3 items & good group. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$170
[20194]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to S.P. 111 SALONIKA  1917 (Aug 2)
[20194]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to S.P. 111 SALONIKA  1917 (Aug 2)
[20194] YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to S.P. 111 SALONIKA 1917 (Aug 2) Stampless Picture postcard entitled Corfou - Achillean, Triomphe Di Achille datelined 2. V111 - 1917, Kpob to soldier at SP 111 Salonika cancelled difficult to read vernacular cyrillic cds with a further equally vague strike alongside & with red framed Censure Militare Serbe handstamp & good SP 999 (28 Aug) arrival cds. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$80
[20193]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to FORCES at SALONIKA  1917 (Mar 17)
[20193]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to FORCES at SALONIKA  1917 (Mar 17)
[20193] YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to FORCES at SALONIKA 1917 (Mar 17) Stampless Picture postcard of Cattle market Bizerte to soldier at SP 999 Salonika cancelled vernacular cyrillic SP 12 (18 Mar) cds & with black framed vernacular cyrillic smudged Serbian censor No 32 & SP 999 (21 Mar) arrival cds. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$100
[18421]  GERMANY - YUGOSLAVIA....REGISTERED PARCEL PACKET RECEIPT ..   1939 (Feb 3)
[18421]  GERMANY - YUGOSLAVIA....REGISTERED PARCEL PACKET RECEIPT ..   1939 (Feb 3)
[18421] GERMANY - YUGOSLAVIA....REGISTERED PARCEL PACKET RECEIPT .. 1939 (Feb 3) Parcel packet printed receipt for package registered to Split bearing Gemany Hindenburg 3 x 100 pf & 4 x 50 pf making 500 pf rate tied Seidenberg (Oberlausitz) cds & with matching Registration label No 692 plus Munchen 3 (6 Feb) & Ljubjana (8 Feb) & on back Poste Douane (11 Feb) transit cds & Yugoslav Revenue & Fiscals pair brown 2d & strip 3 x Blue tied Split (15 Feb) arrival cds
US$80
[18420]  GERMANY - YUGOSLAVIA....REGISTERED PARCEL PACKET RECEIPT ..   1938 (Feb 10)
[18420]  GERMANY - YUGOSLAVIA....REGISTERED PARCEL PACKET RECEIPT ..   1938 (Feb 10)
[18420] GERMANY - YUGOSLAVIA....REGISTERED PARCEL PACKET RECEIPT .. 1938 (Feb 10) Parcel packet printed receipt for package registered to Split bearing Gemany Hindenburg 4 x 100 pf & 25 pf making 425 pf rate tied Dresden/Neust. 8 cds & with matching Registration label No 694, unframed violet D & black Dresden A7 hand stamps with small Dresden A7 label tied Budapest/ 78 (13 Feb) cds with on reverse Yugoslav Revenue & Fiscals pair brown 2d & pair Blue (one damaged) tied Split (17 Feb) cds & finally delivered with Split (1 Mar) arrival cds
US$100
[19992]  YUGOSLAVIA - ITALY…CAPTURED STATIONARY from ITALIAN OCCUPATION ZARA..  1919 (Nov 22)
[19992]  YUGOSLAVIA - ITALY…CAPTURED STATIONARY from ITALIAN OCCUPATION ZARA..  1919 (Nov 22)
[19992]  YUGOSLAVIA - ITALY…CAPTURED STATIONARY from ITALIAN OCCUPATION ZARA..  1919 (Nov 22)
[19992]  YUGOSLAVIA - ITALY…CAPTURED STATIONARY from ITALIAN OCCUPATION ZARA..  1919 (Nov 22)
[19992] YUGOSLAVIA - ITALY…CAPTURED STATIONARY from ITALIAN OCCUPATION ZARA.. 1919 (Nov 22) Captured Austrian Feldpost Letter card to Bari from Italian soldier bearing on reverse across opening flap and thus severed but looking good Itay Victor Emmanuel 25 lira overprinted 25 centessimi di Corona tied Zara cds & with card headed Zara, Dalmatia with contents havily censored & blacked out & with violet circular Censura di Zara & 22 within circle & with on reverse Bari (27 Dec) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ At the end of WW1 in Nov 1918 italian troops entered & occupied Zara & parts of Dalmatia in the belief that these would be granted to Italy, the 28 June 1919 Treaty of Versailles did not grant them Italy. On 12 September Gabriele D' Annugio took Fiume & on 12 Nov 1920 Italy gave up Dalmatia but not Zara
US$200
[19931]  ITALY - GB … YUGOSLAVIA BOSNIA WAR OPERATION DENY FLIGHT ...   1993 (Sep 14)
[19931]  ITALY - GB … YUGOSLAVIA BOSNIA WAR OPERATION DENY FLIGHT ...   1993 (Sep 14)
[19931] ITALY - GB … YUGOSLAVIA BOSNIA WAR OPERATION DENY FLIGHT ... 1993 (Sep 14) Pictorial British Forces Mail "Bluey" Aerogramme to F/Sgt F.W. Plowman, CH CLK, RAF West Drayton, Middx from F8195755 Cpl. P. Mason, MT Section, 25 (F) Sqd. Detachment, Operation Deny Flight, BFPO 569 bearing GB Machin 18p tied small single ring FPO ? cds & with on reverse Forces Post Office 70 cds with interesting content giving location as Gioia da Colle, Bari Province, Details of his work shifts, names of units and his gripes. ................................................................................................ Operation Deny Flight 12 Apr 1993 - Jul 1995 was a UN no fly zone over Bosnia including Close Air Support for troops & carrying out coercive Air Strikes against selected targets in Bosnia based out of Italy ...
US$30
[19787]  YUGOSLAVIA - RUSSIA … BOSNIA IMPLEMENTATION FORCE to STABILISATION FORCE...   1996 (Dec 19)
[19787]  YUGOSLAVIA - RUSSIA … BOSNIA IMPLEMENTATION FORCE to STABILISATION FORCE...   1996 (Dec 19)
[19787]  YUGOSLAVIA - RUSSIA … BOSNIA IMPLEMENTATION FORCE to STABILISATION FORCE...   1996 (Dec 19)
[19787]  YUGOSLAVIA - RUSSIA … BOSNIA IMPLEMENTATION FORCE to STABILISATION FORCE...   1996 (Dec 19)
[19787] YUGOSLAVIA - RUSSIA … BOSNIA IMPLEMENTATION FORCE to STABILISATION FORCE... 1996 (Dec 19) Pair pictorial envelopes showing heroes of the past to Russia being last day of IFOR & first day of SFOR & both with crude Bosnia 1996 adhesives with on back vernacular (28 Dec) arrival cds [1] Bosnia 30c overprinted IFOR tied vernacular cds, underpaid & with framed TP 10 c hand stamp & green framed Bosnia /IFOR /19.12.1996 Last Day cachet [2] Bosnia 50c overprinted SFOR tied vernacular cds & with red framed Bosnia /SFOR /19.12.1996 First Day cachet tied vernacular cds .... 2 items ................................................................................................ On 19 Dec 1996 the Implementation Force IFOR came to a conclusion after fighting ceased & SFOR a NATO led multi national stabilisation Force came into being to secure & stabilise the area by providing a military presence
US$40
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[19785] YUGOSLAVIA - SWITZERLAND … ORGANISATION for SECURITY & CO-OPERATION in EUROPE.. 1996 -2000 Undated stampless OSCE Swiss HQ Support Unit Mail Service printed envelope to Geneva cancelled horizontal keyhole style A Priority/P.P./CH-3030 Bern/Miliitary Postal Service/Swiss Army ...................................................................... . .................. The unarmed Swiss military wearing a distinctive yellow beret OSCE served in Bosnia headquartered in Sarajevo providing humanitrian, logistic & medical support from 1996 to 2000
US$40
[19781]  MACEDONIA . … UNPREDEP BALTIC STATES CONTINGENTS in former YUGOSLAVIA ...   1999 (May 11)
[19781]  MACEDONIA . … UNPREDEP BALTIC STATES CONTINGENTS in former YUGOSLAVIA ...   1999 (May 11)
[19781] MACEDONIA . … UNPREDEP BALTIC STATES CONTINGENTS in former YUGOSLAVIA ... 1999 (May 11) Plain envelope to Tallin bearing Liberty Kosovo 1999 Baltbat in NATO 3 x 10c tied Military Field Post cds located Skopje Air Port & with large red broken circular Makedonia /Baltbat /Latvia-Lituania-Estonia cachet & on reverse Tallinn 33 /Eesti (28 May) arrival cds ................................................................................................ Macedonia's President Gligorov requested that UN Observers be deployed to his country to protect against any overspill of conflicts due to the disslution of Yugoslavia. UNPREDEP (United Nations Preventative Deplyment) were successful in doing this & mail from the Baltic states soldiers is very uncommon
US$70
[19791]  GB - YUGOSLAVIA … KOSOVO SERVICE SUSPENDED & RTS with P.O. LETTER & RETURN ENVELOPE..   1999 (Apr 6)
[19791]  GB - YUGOSLAVIA … KOSOVO SERVICE SUSPENDED & RTS with P.O. LETTER & RETURN ENVELOPE..   1999 (Apr 6)
[19791]  GB - YUGOSLAVIA … KOSOVO SERVICE SUSPENDED & RTS with P.O. LETTER & RETURN ENVELOPE..   1999 (Apr 6)
[19791]  GB - YUGOSLAVIA … KOSOVO SERVICE SUSPENDED & RTS with P.O. LETTER & RETURN ENVELOPE..   1999 (Apr 6)
[19791] GB - YUGOSLAVIA … KOSOVO SERVICE SUSPENDED & RTS with P.O. LETTER & RETURN ENVELOPE.. 1999 (Apr 6) Plain envelope to Pristina, Serbia - Kosovo from Jean Sibley, Nottingham bearing Machin 1st Class & 5p with alongside No Euro / Keep Our Pound sticker all tied Leicester Mail Centre datestamp & with Royal Mail /Dublin letter explaining that Service is Supended to Serbia, Montenegro & Kosovo together with larger Royal Mail envelope for Return to Sender .....3 items ....... ................................................................................................ Kosovo problems can be traced back to 1987 & the rise of Slobodan Milosovec during the turmoil within Yugoslavia after the death of Tito, in 1980, who had held the whole region together after WW2. See : http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/kosovo/etc/cron.html Riots began in 1989 after Milosovec engineered alterations to the Serbian constitution that greatly affected the Kosovarians & by 1994 ethnic cleansing was being enacted that causes NATO airstrikes from 24 April against Bosnian Serbs & 1996 sees the rise of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) who on 23 Feb 1998 get labelled Terrorists by the USA thus giving Milosevic (in his mind anyway) a green light resulting in greater aggression but by 7 May 1998 the USA backtrack & stated "We will not allow the Serbs to do in Kosovo what they can no longer do in Bosnia" resulting in economic sanctions & an arms embargo with many talks taking place, while Serbian attacks & KLA retaliation’s continue throughout the year while multi national peacekeeping forces are drafted in. Finally on 20 Jun 1999 Serbs complete a withdrawal from Kosovo & on 20 Sep 1999 KFOR confirms that KLA has also completed demilitarisation.
US$50
[19782]  YUGOSLAVIA - GB … OPERATION DENY FLIGHT over BOSNIA ...   1994 (May 27)
[19782]  YUGOSLAVIA - GB … OPERATION DENY FLIGHT over BOSNIA ...   1994 (May 27)
[19782] YUGOSLAVIA - GB … OPERATION DENY FLIGHT over BOSNIA ... 1994 (May 27) Pictorial British Forces Mail Aerogramme UN Operation Deny Flight 801 Squadron RAF printed longer envelope to John Daynes, Burnham on Crouch bearing GB Machin 2nd class tied London I.S. /5/ Maritime Mail cds & with black framed Commanding /Officer /19 Jun 1994 /801 Squadron & ink Certified Flown in Sea Harrier 03. 9 Jun 94 close Air Support Mission over Mostar, Southern Bosnia, Flown by Lt. P. Mould 801 NAS on reverse black oval pictorial HMS Ark Royal cachet . ................................................................................................ Operation Deny Flight 12 Apr 1993 - Jul 1995 was a UN no fly zone over Bosnia including Close Air Support for troops & carrying out coercive Air Strikes against selected targets in Bosnia based out of Italy with 801 Sqn. flying Sea Harriers from HMS Ark Royal...Philatelic but how else can you find them !!!
US$40
[19771]  YUGOSLAVIA … BOSNIA UNITED NATIONS PROTECTION FORCE NEPALESE CONTINGENT…   1995 (Jun 15)
[19771]  YUGOSLAVIA … BOSNIA UNITED NATIONS PROTECTION FORCE NEPALESE CONTINGENT…   1995 (Jun 15)
[19771] YUGOSLAVIA … BOSNIA UNITED NATIONS PROTECTION FORCE NEPALESE CONTINGENT… 1995 (Jun 15) U.N. printed stampless Aerogramme with vertical crease to Kathmandu from Nepalese soldier with the Nepalese contingent under UNPROFOR cancelled on reverse large red 50mm circular United Nations /Protection Force cds & with alongside Kathmandu (23 Jun) arrival cds …........... ................................................................................................. After WW2 Tito held Yugoslavia together under a tight rein until his death in 1980 after which Yugoslavia began to disintegrate resulting in a series of civil & ethnic wars from 1990 o 1999 that forced the United Nations to intervene in an attempt to bring peace & humanitarian relief & aid to refugees in Bosnia
US$30
[17548]  YUGOSLAVIA - GB.....1919 BRITISH FORCES In BELGRADE...  1919 (Jun 3)
[17548]  YUGOSLAVIA - GB.....1919 BRITISH FORCES In BELGRADE...  1919 (Jun 3)
[17548] YUGOSLAVIA - GB.....1919 BRITISH FORCES In BELGRADE... 1919 (Jun 3) Coloured stampless picture postcard entitled "Belgrad - Kinderholungheim in Topcider" to Boston Linc's endorsed from Spr. H.P. Dann cancelled Army Post Office L.16 cds & with losenge Passed /By /Censor /Crown /No /510 h/s in black & with manuscript 10.6.19 arrival date
US$250
[18713]  AUSTRO HUNGRIAN EMPIRE - SERBIA …1915 POW HELD In SKOPJE CAMP..   "1915 (Jun 19)
[18713]  AUSTRO HUNGRIAN EMPIRE - SERBIA …1915 POW HELD In SKOPJE CAMP..   "1915 (Jun 19)
[18713] AUSTRO HUNGRIAN EMPIRE - SERBIA …1915 POW HELD In SKOPJE CAMP.. "1915 (Jun 19) Austria 5 heller Postal Stationary card cancelled Kraloske Vinahrady a suberb of Prague to soldier, Komando Valecngch held in Skopje POW camp & with red circular censor & violet & crimson cicular cachets & with manuscript 24 Jul 1915 arrival .......... In 1915, during the First World War, Serbian Macedonia was invaded by Bulgaria, which captured Skopje on 22 October 1915 . Serbia, allied to the Triple Entente, was helped by France, Britain, Greece, and Italy, which formed the Macedonian Front. Following a great Allied offensive in 1918, the Armée française d'Orient reached Skopje 29 September and took the city by surprise. After the end of the World War, Macedonia became part of the new Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, & later ""Kingdom of Yugoslavia"" in 1929. This item mailed just 4 months before the occupation by Bulgaria
US$80
[19671]  YUGOSLAVIA …YUGOSLAV MILTARY GOVERNMENT ISTRIA to ZAGREB .....  1946 (Oct 4)
[19671]  YUGOSLAVIA …YUGOSLAV MILTARY GOVERNMENT ISTRIA to ZAGREB .....  1946 (Oct 4)
[19671] YUGOSLAVIA …YUGOSLAV MILTARY GOVERNMENT ISTRIA to ZAGREB ..... 1946 (Oct 4) 3 Lira Vojna Uprava Jugoslavenske Armije printed stationary card with vertical crease of the Yugoslav Peoples Army to Zagreb tied Opatija cds ............................................... Istria peninsula was occupied by Italy until she surrendered in September 1943 when German forces moved in, however by the end of 1944 Tito's partisans were in control of most of Istria. When German forces in Italy capitulated on 29 April 1945 Tito quickly moved into Trieste (30 Apr) & Fiume (3 May) with Istria under Yugoslav Military Government tension & problems continued until January 1953 when Tito was elected President & spasmodically afterwards
US$100
[19670]  YUGOSLAVIA - CZECHOSLAVIA…ISTRIA ..YUGOSLAV MILTARY GOVERNMENT...  1947 (Jun 2)
[19670]  YUGOSLAVIA - CZECHOSLAVIA…ISTRIA ..YUGOSLAV MILTARY GOVERNMENT...  1947 (Jun 2)
[19670] YUGOSLAVIA - CZECHOSLAVIA…ISTRIA ..YUGOSLAV MILTARY GOVERNMENT... 1947 (Jun 2) Picture postcard showing Abbazia town & coast from hillside to Celakovice bearing pair Yugoslav 9d Overprinted Vojna Uprava Jugoslavenske Armee L 5 of the Yugoslav Peoples Army tied Opatija cds .............................................................................. Istria peninsula was occupied by Italy until she surrendered in September 1943 when German forces moved in, however by the end of 1944 Tito's partisans were in control of most of Istria. When German forces in Italy capitulated on 29 April 1945 Tito quickly moved into Trieste (30 Apr) & Fiume (3 May) with Istria under Yugoslav Military Government tension & problems continued until January 1953 when Tito was elected President & spasmodically afterwards
US$200
[19223]  YUGOSLAVIA - NED. EAST INDIES…WW2 CENSORED in EGYPT & N.E.I.…  1940 (Jun 15)
[19223]  YUGOSLAVIA - NED. EAST INDIES…WW2 CENSORED in EGYPT & N.E.I.…  1940 (Jun 15)
[19223] YUGOSLAVIA - NED. EAST INDIES…WW2 CENSORED in EGYPT & N.E.I.… 1940 (Jun 15) Plain envelope to Batavia bearing Yugoslav 4d tied Ljubljana slogan & with blue on white bi-lingual Egyptian censorship /Opened By Censor label overlaid by partial black on brown Censuur Batavia label tied red unframed Gensureerd /5 & with bold DEV /8 within circle & violet 6 sided bi-lingual Postal /Censor applied in Egypt .................................................... Despite only partial N.E.I. label a striking & appealing cover from an extraordinary origin
US$200
[18797]  YUGOSLAVIA - SWITZERLAND …1940 REGISTERED with CARINARNICA LJUBIJANA CUSTOMS LABEL ....   1940 (Sep 10)
[18797]  YUGOSLAVIA - SWITZERLAND …1940 REGISTERED with CARINARNICA LJUBIJANA CUSTOMS LABEL ....   1940 (Sep 10)
[18797] YUGOSLAVIA - SWITZERLAND …1940 REGISTERED with CARINARNICA LJUBIJANA CUSTOMS LABEL .... 1940 (Sep 10) Plain envelope registered to St. Gallen bearing 8 din & 3 din tied bi-lingual Zagreb cds & with blue on white R /Zagreb D /No. 8795 registration label & on reverse green on buff Carinarnica Ljubijana customs label with partial violet Official hand stamp & alongide St. Gallen (13 Sep) arrival cds
US$100
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