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The Significance of Chinese Letters Its 1913 and you find yourself in Southern China, miles away from Switzerland at a time of revolution and change. The end of the Qing Dynasty and the declaration of the Chinese Republic is a year away. Difficult times for many people who are desperate for good news. In the
The union of Philately and Art On a grey autumnal day in 1972 Mr M ambled along the banks of the river Seine in Paris and not far from the Louvre he spotted something in a shop window which immediately drew his attention. This was a new French stamp featuring ‘Femme au Jardin’ by Claude Monet.
Silent Witnesses Cape of Good Hope 1900: the second Boer war between the Orange Free State, the South African Republic and Great Britain rages on and the city of Mafeking has been under siege for 217 days. Under the leadership of Colonel Robert Baden-Powell the British troops try to defend the city against the attacking
A philatelic journey of adventure Zanzibar a former pirate stronghold in the Indian Ocean, a tiny paradise of pure white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue waters and shady palm trees. This is how it probably looked in 1873 when at 5 pm in the evening in St. Gallen, 8000 kilometres away, a letter with an
Historical Snapshot of Swiss Wartime In May 1945 during world war two, Georg Wenger from Basle submitted a complaint slip to the Swiss Post Office. This was a complaint that his order to a garage called Schimd in Frick was never delivered. The war had left its mark on Switzerland. Whilst Switzerland was never invaded,