#M12141 – 2015 $12 Auschwitz Liberation 70th Anniversary sheet of 4

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Mint Stamps Honor Liberation of Auschwitz

One of the worst concentration camps of World War II, Auschwitz was liberated on January 27, 1945.    Today, that date is reserved as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, to honor the victims of the Nazi era. 

You can add this key World War II history to your collection with this meaningful stamp sheet.  It pictures dramatic artwork of the camp and its liberation. 

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Mint Stamps Honor Liberation of Auschwitz

One of the worst concentration camps of World War II, Auschwitz was liberated on January 27, 1945.    Today, that date is reserved as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, to honor the victims of the Nazi era. 

You can add this key World War II history to your collection with this meaningful stamp sheet.  It pictures dramatic artwork of the camp and its liberation.