Key: 980  
Country:
Group: British
Volume: 11
Issued: 135 Stamps / dead country
  
  
 

Information
A term for various Indian military forces using stamps while on expedition
abroad: in CHINA during 1900-1921; during World War I; in KOREA during 1953 as a
Custodian force; attached to U.N. forces in CONGO (1962) and in Gaza (1965)
PALESTINE, Egyptian; in INDO-CHINA within an international commission between 1954-1968;
during Japanese occupation for use in the occupied areas and later issued for German-Indian
Legion with the inscription 'Azadhind' (meaning free India).
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Inscriptions
C.E.F. overprinted on stamps of India
I.E.F. overprinted on stamps of India
Bengali script overprinted on stamps of India
U.N.FORCE (INDIA) CONGO overprinted on stamps of India
UNEF overprinted on stamp of India
ICC overprinted on stamps of India
CHALO DELHI
AZAD HIND

Index
   INDIAN FORCES
      China Expeditionary Force 1900-1921
      Indian Expeditionary Forces 1914-22
      Ind. Custodian Forces in Korea 1953
      Indian U.N. Force in Congo 1962
      Indian U.N. Force in Gaza 1965
      Indian Forces in Indo-China 1954-68
      Indian National Army
         Japanese Occupation 1942
         German-Indian Legion 1943
      ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS
         Japanese Occupation 1942-43
         German-Indian Legion 1943
 
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Related Countries

CHINA
China

KOREA
Korea

CONGO
Congo

PALESTINE, Egyptian
Palestine, Egyptian

INDO-CHINA
Indo-china