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Victory Stamp

Volume 414: debated on Monday 22 October 1945

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asked the Assistant Postmaster-General whether he will arrange for a special issue of postage stamps to be made to commemorate the termination of the war or declaration of peace.

It was not possible owing to other overriding war claims on machinery, man-power and supplies to produce a special Victory stamp in celebration of the victorious end of the war, but the Post Office introduced a stamp-cancelling die of special design to mark the Victory in Europe and the Far East. My Noble Friend does not propose to do anything further in that regard.