WW II Mongolia and Manchuko Occupation: Stamps of the War

Occupying countries during WW II led to changes in the occupied beyond military conquest of people and lands. Postage often reflects the historic changes taking place . Here are 3 further examples of those changes brought about by Japan in WW II occupations.

Top: Brown coloring stamp from Mongolia shows a soldier.

Bottom: 2 small stamps recognize the occupation renaming, Manchuko, as part of that WW II Empire of Japan.

Stamps date to 1940s.


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