#YS1941-43 – 1941-43 Commemorative Stamp Year Set

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Get the Complete 1941-43
Commemorative Year Set
Includes Stamps Approved by FDR

Contents: YS1941-43 (903-908) 6 Stamps Now’s your chance to get all six commemorative stamps issued between 1941 and 1943.

Stamp Highlights:

• The 3¢ Win the War stamp and 2¢ Allied Nations stamp were issued to raise support for U.S. involvement in World War II. 

• The 1¢ Four Freedoms stamp supported President Franklin Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms speech from his 1941 Annual Message to Congress.  Roosevelt proposed that people across the world should enjoy:
 
   1. Freedom of speech and expression
   2. Freedom of religion
   3. Freedom from want
   4. Freedom from fear

• China Resistance – marks the 5th anniversary of the resistance of the Chinese people to Japanese aggression.  Issued to raise morale and encourage the Chinese to continue resisting Japan while the Allies focus on Nazi Germany.  This was the first U.S. stamp to picture Chinese characters.

• Vermont and Kentucky Statehood

You’ll want stamps commemorating this significant history in your collection – order the complete 1941-43 U.S. Commemorative Year Set today.
 

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Get the Complete 1941-43
Commemorative Year Set
Includes Stamps Approved by FDR

Contents: YS1941-43 (903-908) 6 Stamps

Now’s your chance to get all six commemorative stamps issued between 1941 and 1943.

Stamp Highlights:

• The 3¢ Win the War stamp and 2¢ Allied Nations stamp were issued to raise support for U.S. involvement in World War II. 

• The 1¢ Four Freedoms stamp supported President Franklin Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms speech from his 1941 Annual Message to Congress.  Roosevelt proposed that people across the world should enjoy:
 
   1. Freedom of speech and expression
   2. Freedom of religion
   3. Freedom from want
   4. Freedom from fear

• China Resistance – marks the 5th anniversary of the resistance of the Chinese people to Japanese aggression.  Issued to raise morale and encourage the Chinese to continue resisting Japan while the Allies focus on Nazi Germany.  This was the first U.S. stamp to picture Chinese characters.

• Vermont and Kentucky Statehood

You’ll want stamps commemorating this significant history in your collection – order the complete 1941-43 U.S. Commemorative Year Set today.