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Deutsch: Veranstaltungen zum ersten Tag der Briefmarke und zur Gründung des Reichsverbandes der Philatelisten in Berlin am 5. und am 7. Januar 1936 warb die Deutsche Reichspost für Wohlfahrtsbriefmarken.
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Date 2008-04-14 (original upload date)
Source Deutsche Reichspost (German state post); own collection
Author Deutsche Reichspost (German state post); scanned by User:Nickpo
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