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Bietschhorn 3'934 m
Bietschhorn, any postage stamps existing
Swiss Soldier stamps
Platzhalter
Swiss soldier stamps weren’t actually postage stamps, they were created for the Swiss soldiers who were activated to full duty to protect Switzerland’s borders during WWI and WWII.

They are classified as charity stamps.
Swiss soldier stamps weren’t actually postage stamps, they were created for the Swiss soldiers who were activated to full duty to protect Switzerland’s borders during WWI and WWII.

They are classified as charity stamps.
Swiss soldier stamps weren’t actually postage stamps, they were created for the Swiss soldiers who were activated to full duty to protect Switzerland’s borders during WWI and WWII.
They are classified as charity stamps.

The Bietschhorn is a 3’934 m high mountain in the Bernese Alps. The imposing peak of the Bietschhorn rising high above the Rhône valley and Loetschental valley in the canton Valais.

 

1918, Regiment de Montagne 6
(Soldier with white & brown umbrellas)
The soldier stamps are existing in blue as well.

 

Switzerland 1939 Soldier stamp Bietschhorn

1939/1940, Geb. Füs. Bat. 89

 

Switzerland 1940 Soldier stamp Bietschhorn

1940, Geb. Bttr. 7

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