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№ 2247. Way to victory. Continuation of the series. The battle for the Crimea and the defense of Sevastopol

11.08.2017

[Художник-дизайнер] – Uliyanovskiy S.

№ 2247

The battle for the Crimea and the defense of Sevastopol

 

The Siege of Sevastopol and the Crimean Campaign lasted during World War II from September 24, 1941,to July 4, 1942.

The combat operations of the Soviet Army to defend Sevastopol, the key naval base of the Black Sea fleet, where the Red Army soldiers and sailors displayed heroism and valor. The Siege of Sevastopol and the Crimean Campaign had a primary strategic importance. During 10 months, the Soviet Army contained the enemy in the southern front and prevented from launching an offensive on the Caucasus.

The postage stamp shows a bas-relief featuring a group of soldiers in the battle of Crimea and the Siege of Sevastopol during World War II.

Printing method Paper Color Perforation Format Circulation
Offset + Bronze paste + Embossed Stamping + Security Complex Coated Multicolor Comb 12 65х32,5 287000

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Category:
On the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory

FDC:
Way to victory. Continuation of the series. The battle for the Crimea and the defense of Sevastopol
Special cancellation marks:
Way to victory. Continuation of the series. The battle for the Crimea and the defense of Sevastopol. Moscow
Way to victory. Continuation of the series. The battle for the Crimea and the defense of Sevastopol. Sevastopol
Postal cards:
Way to victory. Continuation of the series. The battle for the Crimea and the defense of Sevastopol
Souvenir packs in cover:
The Way to Victory