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South Africa WW2 No.1 Army Postal Regulating Depot

Jim Findlay explains the establishment in WW2 of No.1 Army Postal Regulating Depot, in Durban. Illustrated are cachets, postmarks and covers used at or through the depot. These explain the depot’s important role in handling mail once the well-established mail routes through and over the Mediterranean were closed when Italy entered the war against the Allies.

South Africa WW2 No.1 Postal Regulating Depot
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