Mt. Fuji postage stamps, issued Japanese occupation during World War II.
Japanese Occupation of the Netherlands Indies, 8 August 1943.
The definitive set for Borneo, Celebes, Moluccas and Lesser Sunda Islands. The stamp depicts Mount Fuji, the Japanese flag, a map of East Asia and a dove. Printed in recess.
stamp existing: 25C orange, 35C blue, 50C slate green and 1brown lilac.
Japanese Occupation of the Philippines 1943, definitive set.
Mount Fuji and the Mayon Volcano (Philippines).
A overprinted stamp issued on 8th December 1943.
A strong typhoon swept in November 1943 in the country. A set of semi-postal stamp series was issued in December 1943 after a strong typhoon caused massive flooding in order to raise funds for the victims . Then Japanese sponsored republic with overprinted “ Baha” (Flood) was meant to raise additional revenue for the cash strapped government, the flood killed countless number of people and animals.
Japanese Mount Fuji stamp issued 1937, overprinted 1943 North Borneo occupation (WWII).
Japanese Mount Fuji stamp issued 1942, overprinted 1943 North Borneo occupation (WWII).