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[20198]  SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN
[20198]  SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN
[20198] SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN'S ON CORFU… 1917 (Jan 12) Stampless plain postcard to Corfu with vernacular cyrillic arrival (18 May) cds & with violet unframed Croix Rouge Serbe, Bureau de Consignements, Geneva cachet with blue crayon initials alongside plus black vernacular cyrillic Censor No 1 handstamp & with small Newspaper cutting pasted on message side. ...............................................................................................…. 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
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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
[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
[18491]  HUNGARY - GB…1918 POW via SERBIAN RED CROSS…  1918 (Jun 21)
[18491]  HUNGARY - GB…1918 POW via SERBIAN RED CROSS…  1918 (Jun 21)
[18491] HUNGARY - GB…1918 POW via SERBIAN RED CROSS… 1918 (Jun 21) Black on Blue Kriegsgefangenen-Karte pre addressed Serbian Red Cross, Ennnismore Gardens, London SW 7 printed reply card confirming receipt of package from C. Hitie Prisoner of War at Nagymegyer with violet circular smudged Post Officer of the Camp & mauve triangular Wien censor hand stamps & orange London F.S. /Paid (3 Nov) arrival date stamp with on reverse unframed 3 line Confirmation of receipt of the package by the Serbian Red Cross plus unframed 3 line hand stamp of the Young Mens Association of Hungary with facsimile signature both in violet .......Nagymegyer in now a days Slovakia was in 1919 a community of 416 Jews & by 1942 this had risen to 522. The Germans deported all to Auschwitz with only 20% survivors returning to an unwelcoming local new population. The town currently has no Jewish inhabitants...A stark reminder of how the holocaust destroyed entire communities
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[17891] GERMANY - SERBIA...WW2 CENSORED POW MAIL... 1940 -42 Kriegsgefangenpost printed letter sheet to Serbia datelined Hammolberg & endorsed from number 1820 POW at Oflag X111B Block 2/a Hammelberg located here till April 1942 without cancellation but with boxed Kreigsgefangenenfentung Gepruft D 22 Oflag X111B camp censors hand stamp in violet
US$30
[11953]  GREECE-GB...1918 SERBIAN RELIEF FUND REGISTRED...  1918(Sep 1)
[11953]  GREECE-GB...1918 SERBIAN RELIEF FUND REGISTRED...  1918(Sep 1)
[11953] GREECE-GB...1918 SERBIAN RELIEF FUND REGISTRED... 1918(Sep 1) Serbian Relief Fund printed envelope (Roughly opened along top & central vertical tear) registered to London bearing GB 2d tied FPO G.X. cds & with R/88 Blank registration label tied FPO G.X. without date slugs & with losenge Passed By Censor/11 h/s in red plus on back FPO G.X. (1 Sep) despatch cds + hooded Registered /London /36 (18 Sep) arrival date stamp in red
US$100
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