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Promoted item:New! 2014 Russia specialized catalogue 1857-1940, by A. Zverev.

New! 2014 Russia specialized catalogue 1857-1940, by A. Zverev.

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About Europe Stamp

In the wake of World War II, Western nations needed to rebuild and get crucial services up and running for the people of Europe. The United States Secretary of State, Frank Marshall, along with leaders from six major Western European nations, met in 1948 to discuss these rebuilding efforts. Key on the agenda was fixing the postal system of Europe, which had been shattered by more than half a decade of continual bloodshed.In September, 1956, European nations signed what became known as the Treaty of Rome and issued a set of 13 stamps designed to meet the needs of Europe's citizens. These Europa stamps, as they were called, became integral to the rebuilding of the continent. The countries which participated in this joint Europe stamp effort were Italy, Holland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, and France.In many ways, the formation of this ''stamp union''--centered on the Europa stamp--was an early precursor of the advent of the European Union itself. The headquarters of this make-shift postal system was situated in Brussels, Belgium. Under the aegis of the European Economic Community, as it came to be called, this body helped Europeans end trade barriers and advance faster postal delivery.Over the past several decades, the European Union has solidified from a post-World War II alliance to a true confederation of dependent nation states. However, much more needs to be done to design and implement the universal European postal system. Nation states want better representation on postal stamps and want special tariff and tax breaks available for their citizens.