Allied Plebiscite Activities in Germany, 1920-1921 (Exhibit)

Germany: Allied Plebiscite Activities in Germany, 1920-1921 [Author: Alfred F. Kugel] This exhibit illustrates mail sent by plebiscite personnel to parts of Germany in order to ascertain whether inhabitants of disputed border territories wished to remain with their home country, or become citizens of new ones formed following the end of World War I. In most cases, the number of people involved in these polling processes was relatively small, and their assignment time-wise was relatively short.

This web page, published by the Military Postal History Society, contains images of the exhibit pages created by Alfred F. Kugel, and are reproduced and distributed to the public with his permission.

Updated 6/26/2015

Table of Contents

Introduction -- Allenstein -- Allenstein, British Forces -- Allenstein, French Forces -- Allenstein, Japanese Mission -- Marienwerder -- Marienwerder, French Forces -- Marienwerder, Italian Forces -- Schleswig -- Schleswig, French Forces -- Upper Silesia -- Upper Silesia, French Forces -- Upper Silesia, Italian Forces

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