#M12144 – 2011 $175 Neville Chamberlain, People of WWII s/s of 1

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Mint Stamp Tribute to British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain

Issued in 2011, this Mozambique souvenir sheet honors Neville Chamberlain, Britain’s prime minister at the start of World War II.  The selvage also pictures his successor, Winston Churchill.

After becoming prime minister in 1937, Chamberlain signed the Munich Agreement, conceding part of Czechoslovakia to Germany.  He adopted a policy of appeasement toward Germany, but after their invasion of Poland, he declared war on Germany.  Chamberlain resigned eight months later went on to serve on Churchill’s War Cabinet, but would die later that year.

A fitting tribute to the man that led Britain through the early days of World War II – order yours now.

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Mint Stamp Tribute to British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain

Issued in 2011, this Mozambique souvenir sheet honors Neville Chamberlain, Britain’s prime minister at the start of World War II.  The selvage also pictures his successor, Winston Churchill.

After becoming prime minister in 1937, Chamberlain signed the Munich Agreement, conceding part of Czechoslovakia to Germany.  He adopted a policy of appeasement toward Germany, but after their invasion of Poland, he declared war on Germany.  Chamberlain resigned eight months later went on to serve on Churchill’s War Cabinet, but would die later that year.

A fitting tribute to the man that led Britain through the early days of World War II – order yours now.