The 'Al Kugel Room'

photo of al kugel receiving award 2001

Photo of Al Kugel Receiving an Award 2001

About Al Kugel

Reading this memorial page should give you an idea of his massive contributions to military postal history.

Al supplied many of his exhibits and articles for posting on this website. After his passing, the MPHS has worked to make scans of all of his available exhibits. This web page will be the electronic "Kugel Room", containing all known references to his work, including those items on the MPHS website.

Al Kugel's Exhibits

[There are several thousand pages of his exhibits scanned by the MPHS. As they become available, they will be listed here.]

The US Army and Its Postal Service Abroad During World War 2 (APO)

$2.00 to $5.00 Postage Stamps of the United States & Its Possessions 1893 - 1938

Australian Forces in the Boxer Uprising

The U.S. Intervention in Northern Mexico 1916-1917

United States Intervention in North Russia During and After the First World War

United States Intervention in Siberia During and After the First World War

United States Intervention in South Russia After the First World War, 1919-1922

Allied Plebiscite Activities in Germany, 1920-1921

European Boundary Commission Activity on the Aftermath of World War I.

Spanish-American War, 1898

The 'Prexies' Go To War

Allied Plebiscite Activity in the Saar Territory, 1935

Mail of the Congress of Versailles, 1919

Allied Forces in the Baltic Area in the Aftermath of World War I

Al Kugel's Articles

Al co-authored (with Ed Dubin) an extensive 33-page article, originally published in 2017 by the American Philatelic Society, on America's involvement in the First World War.

The disintegration of the Hohenzollern Empire 1918–1923 (2011 Article at National Postal Museum Website)

Austria-Hungary's Vistula Flotilla in World War 1

Austria-Hungarian Naval Aviation on the Adriatic during World War 1

The First Marine Defense Battalion at Pearl Harbor

Guam Island Mail 1899-1904 the Overprinted Stamps

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Updated 9 September 2022