German-Italian Brotherhood in Arms DR19410130-S-EN.v01-LH

DR 1941 - German-Italian Brotherhood in Arms
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DR 1941 - German-Italian Brotherhood in ArmsDR 1941 - German-Italian Brotherhood in Arms




Issue by the Reichspost released on January 30, 1941, and it was intended as for Mussolini's visit to Berlin, Munich and Vienna in 1941. In his early years at the helm of the NSDAP, Hitler was a great admirer of Mussolini. The Nazi leader was particularly fascinated with Mussolini’s ‘March on Rome’ – a 1922 protest where thousands of fascists and fascist supporters strode into the Italian capital, which led to Mussolini’s appointment as prime minister. In 1923 Hitler wrote to his Italian counterpart about the ‘March on Rome’; the Munich Putsch was actually Hitler’s attempt at replicating it... 

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary from the discovery of the treatment, the Reichspost issued a set of two postage stamps to honor the great German physiologist.  



bullet-1 Page Dimensions: 270mm X 297mm

bullet-1 Compatible with: All Lighthouse 13-Rings Binders

bullet-1Paper type: Heavy Acid-Free Cardboard 240gr/sq.m

bullet-1 Paper Color: Cream

bullet-1 Printing Method: Professional Offset                                      

bullet-1 Text Language: great-britain English                                             Personalize

bullet-1 STAMPS ARE NOT INCLUDED!                                




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