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Articles Vol. 3:, 2002 - 2007

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/RCMS 361/1/3

Scope and Contents

151 Tombel, Cameroons Postmark Poser

152 Federal Republic of Cameroun: the Case of the Withdrawn Reunification Stamps

153 R.M.S. ‘Ebani’ on Red Cross Service in World War I

154 R.M.S. ‘Mendi’ the Last and Fated 1917 Voyage

155 Southern Cameroons in Postal Transition

156 Nigeria 1925 RAF Pioneer Kano Flight to Cairo

157 French Military Postal Franchise Cachets Used in the Cameroons Campaign

158 Where is Kumbo? A Cameroons Identity Problem

159 The 2nd West India Regiment in West Africa

160 Mysterious Internal Registered Mail from Farrafeni, the Gambia

161 Render unto Caesar: an 1846 letter from Fernando Po

162 Deutsche Kamerun, the Company, not the Colony

163 German Advertising Label

164 Postal Facilities at Bompani, Northern Nigeria

165 Photo of a Camel Caravan: French Transport at Kano

166 The Initial Organisation of Post Offices and Mail Runner Services in the British Sphere of Occupied Kamerun in 1916 consisting of:

1. Preparations for the Opening of Post Offices at Victoria & Buea
2. A Reappraisal of the Date of Opening of Bamenda Post Office
3. The Origins of the Early Mail Runner Services in Cameroons Province
4. Nigeria Marine Vessel ‘Porpoise’

167 World War II West African ‘On Active Service’ Cover Turned and Re-used

168 Who was Jean Cividini? Another One for the Rogue’s Gallery?

169 A Pro-tem Postmistress at Jos, Nigeria 1945

170 Cameroun Stamps Since 1995

171 Post World War I Censorship of Cameroons Mail to Northern Ireland

172 More on Preparations for the Opening of Post Office in Buea, Cameroons

173 Stamp Export Permits World War II [West Africa]

174 Nigerian National Savings Stamps Misused Postally

175 Cameroun Airmails up to 1939

176 Further Thoughts on a Campaign Cover from a Member of the French Contingent in Cameroons [World War I]

177 En Route to the Cameroons in World War I: Mail from French & British Personnel of the C.E.F.

178 Nigeria: Temporary and Re-allocated Registration Labels

179 No Stamps at Cameroons, West Africa: Pre-Colonial Mailing

180 Mail Chauvinism: The First Airmail Bathurst to Dakar, 1931

181 Mail Between Fernando Po and the British Cameroons, via Nigeria in 1950

182 World War II POW from a German Resident of French Cameroun interned in Nigeria

183 Cameroun 1967 Essays

184 Postcards from 1988 St Helena Visit

185 Anti-slavery Patrols off West Africa

186 West Africa Stamp Export Permits World War II

187 Johann Albrechtshohe: Centenary of Opening of the Post Office on 1 Nov. 1904

188 Nigeria Imperial Reply Coupon

189 Missent to Bamenda

190 Insufficiently Prepaid for Transmission by Air Cachet

191 HMS ‘Sokoto’ [World War I German Kamerun vessel ‘Soden’

192 More on a Heretofore Unknown Kamerun Stamp

193 Golzern, Kamerun or Kamerun, Golzern

194 Missing or Stolen Fournier Forgeries

195 War Trophies of the Allies: Another Example [World War I]

196 Ocean Mail by RMS ‘St Helena’ from Cap Town to Tristan da Cunha

197 West African Currency Board One Shilling Note

198 Togo Mail Collected by Belgian Ship SS ‘Anversville’ July 1915

199 British Censorship Control of Communications during World War II: Belgian Congo, French Equatorial African and French Cameroon

200 The Victoria Kamerun Plantation Company Light Railway

201 Taxed Forces’ Mail from British Army at Bamenda, Cameroons 1961

202 Nigerian Military Operations in the Southern Cameroons 1959/60

203 Cameroun: Plating the Sterling Issue of 1961: the 1/- on 25 Franc Stamp

204 Ouidah, Dahomey: A Portuguese Enclave and a French Colony

205 German Surrender during the East Africa Campaign in World War I [in German]

206 Modem Post Offices in Mali and in French Polynesia

207 Johann Albrechtshohe, Kamerun: First Day of Operations 1 Nov. 1904

208 World War I Mail to Enemy Nationals from Lagos, Nigeria

209 Honours of War for Emden’s Captain

210 German Gunboat and Liners Captured at Duala, Kamerun

211 Victor and Vanquished in German East Arica

212 Mail Order Manifestations

213 Postage Stamps of the French National Liberation Committee, Algiers in World War II


  • 2002 - 2007

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Finding aid date

2014-12-03 10:25:56+00:00

Includes index.

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