The flight of airship LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin to Rome, 29 - 30 May TRI19330505-S-EN.v01-LH

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C21 - C26


Tripolitania (present-day western Libya) was an Italian colony that existed from 1927 to 1934. It was part of the Italian North African territory conquered from the Ottoman Empire in 1911. 

The colonial Post Office at Tripoli issued a set of six zeppelin stamps as its contribution to the ‘LZ-127 Flight to Rome’. These stamps were valid only until May 29 and only for the Graf Zeppelin. Both letters and cards were sent to Rome, by regular airmail, so that they could be received by the zeppelin which would, in turn, forward and deliver them to various different destinations such as Germany and other European countries as well as North and South America...



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