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Bosnia & Herzegovina
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Bosnia and Herzegovina issued its own postage stamps from 1879 to 1918, when it was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. In the year 1918 Bosnia and Herzogewina became a part of Yugoslavia and used Yugoslav postage stamps. Between 1941 and 1945 Bosnia & Herzegovina was part of the Independent State of Croatia (a World War II puppet state of Germany), which also printed its own postage stamps. The Independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina from Yugoslavia in the year 1993 resulted in 3 separate postal administrations: the BH Posta in Sarajevo, the Croat administration (HPT) in Mostar and the Serbian administration in Banja Luka.
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