#M11153 – 1995 Dominica 50th Anniversary WWII

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Mint Stamp Sheet Commemorates
50th Anniversary of the End of World War II
 
Get eight stamps picturing the final assault on Germany that ended the war in Europe. The stamps show U.S. aircraft, warships, artillery, and ground troops in action. The center of the sheet contains an image of prisoners of the Dachau concentration camp greeting the American soldiers who arrived to free them on April 30, 1945. This sheet is a neat reminder of the difference America’s involvement made in the lives of so many people.
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