This Society promotes the study of the postal aspects of all wars and military actions of all nations. Our members' interests include soldier campaign covers, patriotics, prisoner-of-war mail, naval mail, occupation and internment covers, picture postcards of a military nature, camp cancels, field post offices, propaganda labels and leaflets, V-mail, censored mail and similar related material.
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Our Society has been asked to help with some active research projects at the National Postal Museum.
During 2017 and 2018, we have been able to add a number of new
presentations (full- and mini-sized), articles, and exhibits.
Military Postal History Society Educational Material Page for links to these many items.
See also, an extensive 33-page article by Ed Dubin and Al Kugel on America's involvement in the First World War.
The major issue of our Bulletin for 2018 will be a special double issue, devoted to the 100th anniversary of the First World War Armistice. Articles are needed (see next item). Watch for more news about this special publication!
Our Society has a new Publications Editor, Thomas Johnston, as well as a new Auction Manager, Roger Santala. You will find their contact information in the Officers listing for the Military Postal History Society.
NOTE: The Tenth Blount Postal History Symposium will feature military postal history from the First World War. The event will be held November 1-2, 2018 in Washington, DC.
Our online resources include: Full-Scale Presentations ,
"Mini-Presentations" of Military Postal History.
Members receive the Society Quarterly Bulletin (ISSN 1075-5640). The Society has published several books such as the APO directory.