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This poignant Commemorative Sheet recognizes the role played by The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) in the First World War. The Sheet, marking the centenary of the first ANZAC Day, comprises ten labels with First Class Poppy stamps.Code AV042
This pack commemorates the Post Office Rifles on the centenary of their arrival in France on 18th March 1915. It documents their bravery, tenacity and character during their time in the trenches on the Western Front which earned the regiment high praise and a prestigious place in British military history. Each sheet is complemented by a backing card telling the story of the Rifles from formation and early campaigns through to their involvement as infantry in the First World War. It also contains a reproduction of the regimental recruitment poster from May 1915. Released on 18 March.Code AV031
It was a general’s worst nightmare but a dream come true for the rank and file dodging death in the trenches. On Christmas Day in 1914, British and German troops climbed from their dugouts and met as friends in no man’s land. They shook hands, shared beer, swapped rations, played football. For a small moment, history was suspended and the killing ceased.Code AV030
This Commemorative Sheet traces the history of this famed fighting force who have soldiered for the British for 200 years.Code AV039