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Articles Vol. 4:, 1959 - 2011

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/RCMS 361/1/4

Scope and Contents

214 Victoria, B.C.

215 President Ahidjo Visits Bamenda

216 A Centenary: Chipundu lst May 1973 [Livingstone’s Death in Zambia]

217 The Cameroons

218 HMAS Shropshire: Japanese Surrender at Tokyo Bay, 2 Sep 1945

219 Why Posting a Letter in Calvina, South Africa is such a tall story

220 Jamaica’s Post Offices Offer ‘New Mail’ Products in New Millennium

221 Admiral John Benbow’s Grave in Kingston, Jamaica

222 What Constitutes a Correct Postal Address?

223 Sundries

224 ‘The Bible and The Plough Expedition’ to the River Niger 1841

225 ‘The Stamp Collector’ by Robert Service

226 Ossidinge/Mamfe German Suspension Bridge [In German]

227 Capt Cyril Fuller of HMS ‘Cumberland’

228 The Railway(s) at Old Calabar

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

230 The Independence of the CEF Post Office, Duala in World War I

231 1915 CEF Sterling Overprinted Kamerun Postal Stationery

232 Mundame, Kamerun [in German]

233 Captain Tom Von Prince: The Legendary Bwana Sakharani of German East Africa [in English and German]

233A Re Cameroun Postage Due Stamps 1916-1923

234 A Fantasised Cameroun Francaise Canceller used on Madagascar Stamps

235 All This for the Price of a 21/2 Stamp? The Quest for Ambas Bay

236 German Pioneers of Congo Exploration c 1884

237 German Taxe Marks on Togo and Kamerun/Cameroun Mail

238 Disembarkation by Mammy-Chair at the Surf-Ports of West Africa

239 SS ‘Attendant’ Lagos Harbour, Nigeria

240 Campost-Cameroun

241 Early Usage of French Postage Due Stamps in French Sphere of Occupied Kamerun

242 Die Schmalspurbahn der Victoria Kamerun Pfanzungs Gesellschaft

243 A ‘QSL’ Card from Cameroun Radio Ham FQ-PM

244 Mehr uber Oblt. Paul Graetz

245 Bill of Lading; Free Postage ex Nigeria

246 St Helena; Foreign Bill Stamps

247 RMS ‘Appam’: The Log of a 1915 World War I Sailing from Liverpool to Fernando Po and Return

248 1925 Egypt-Nigeria RAF Experimental Flight

249 Kano Field Force 1917-Some Queries Answered

250 German Taxe Marks on Togo and Kamerun/Cameroun Mail

251 General Leclerc in Cameroun and Tchad 1940-42

252 The Alpha and Omega of Field Service Correspondence from the Cameroons Campaign 1914-16

253 Cameroun Post Offices: Bamenda Up Station

254 German ‘Duala (Kamerun) b’ Datestamp Used During French Occupation

255 Quirky Usage of 1960 Nigerian Independence Stamps Commemorative Stamps in Southern Cameroons in 1961

256 Nigerian Independence 1960: A Commemorative Publicity Label from Shell Oil

257 Lagos Post Offices

258 Maurice Fievet and the 1953 Nigerian Definitives

259 Telegraph Offices in Nigeria and Cameroons

260 ‘Contentieux Postal Yaounde/R.U.C.’

261 More Gremlin Activity in Cameroon Philately: Cameroon Airlines et al

262 Duala, Kamerun, Wechsel vom 17.6.1908

263 Der Leuchtturm vom Cape Nachtigal, Ambas Bay, Kamerun

264The Free French Cameroun Definitive Overprints of 27.8.40

265 Northern Cameroons 1960-1961 Ganye Agency

266 Fernando Po: An Unusual ‘Charity Stamp’ of the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939

267 Christmas in Cameroon? Santa has Arrived!

268 Rare Usage of Nigeria KGV £1 Values in Cameroons

269 An Uncommon Bilingual Postal Service Handstamp Found on Cameroon Mail

270 Cameroons Expeditionary Force 1914-16: Two Further Covers from Capt. F.L.N. Giles


  • 1959 - 2011

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Finding aid date

2014-12-03 10:58:06+00:00

Includes index.

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