#M12143 – 2011 $16 People of WWII sheet of 6

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Can you name all these World War II Personalities?

Issued in 2011, this Mozambique stamp sheet pictures six notable leaders from World War II.  Each stamp features a portrait as well as an interesting scene.  These stamps feature:

Charles de Gaulle – Led a counterattack on the German invasion of France in 1940 and went on to lead the French Resistance. 

Dwight D. Eisenhower – Served as Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe and planned and oversaw the invasions of North Africa, France, and Germany.

Winston Churchill – As Britain’s Prime Minister during the war, he delivered speeches and radio broadcasts to inspire the British resistance and later worked with Franklin Roosevelt to plan attacks on Italy and Pacific.

Georgy Zhukov – The most successful Russian general of the war, he was known as the “man who did not lose a battle.”  He led the defense of Moscow, defeated German forces at Stalingrad and Kursk, and forced Germany’s surrender at the Battle of Berlin.

Harry S. Truman – Assumed the presidency in April 1945 after Roosevelt’s death.  Germany surrendered on his 61st birthday and he approved the use of atomic bombs on Japan to prevent the larger loss of life that was predicted if fighting were to continue.

Bernard Montgomery – British officer who commanded troops at the Second Battle of El Alamein, which was a turning point in the Western Desert Campaign.  He went on to lead the British Eighth Army in the Invasion of Sicily and Italy and commanded all Allied ground troops during the invasion of Normandy.

Now is a great time to add all this World War II history to your collection.  Order yours now.

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Can you name all these World War II Personalities?

Issued in 2011, this Mozambique stamp sheet pictures six notable leaders from World War II.  Each stamp features a portrait as well as an interesting scene.  These stamps feature:

Charles de Gaulle – Led a counterattack on the German invasion of France in 1940 and went on to lead the French Resistance. 

Dwight D. Eisenhower – Served as Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe and planned and oversaw the invasions of North Africa, France, and Germany.

Winston Churchill – As Britain’s Prime Minister during the war, he delivered speeches and radio broadcasts to inspire the British resistance and later worked with Franklin Roosevelt to plan attacks on Italy and Pacific.

Georgy Zhukov – The most successful Russian general of the war, he was known as the “man who did not lose a battle.”  He led the defense of Moscow, defeated German forces at Stalingrad and Kursk, and forced Germany’s surrender at the Battle of Berlin.

Harry S. Truman – Assumed the presidency in April 1945 after Roosevelt’s death.  Germany surrendered on his 61st birthday and he approved the use of atomic bombs on Japan to prevent the larger loss of life that was predicted if fighting were to continue.

Bernard Montgomery – British officer who commanded troops at the Second Battle of El Alamein, which was a turning point in the Western Desert Campaign.  He went on to lead the British Eighth Army in the Invasion of Sicily and Italy and commanded all Allied ground troops during the invasion of Normandy.

Now is a great time to add all this World War II history to your collection.  Order yours now.