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Hi all, this is probably not the forum to post this questtion, but I am kinda stuck here. I am writing a book on some WW2 letters. They of course have censor's stamps and names. I was wondering if there was a register connecting the censoring officers to certain stamps. I didn't get lucky in the internet. So I figured one of you specialists might know. Thanking you in advance for all your kind replies, and wishing you all a great day!

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There is no published list of the censor #s out there. In the Archives there are documents relating to the issue and return of censor stamps by number for the Army. You would have to go to the NARA at College Park MD to dig them out.

 

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There is no published list of the censor #s out there. In the Archives there are documents relating to the issue and return of censor stamps by number for the Army. You would have to go to the NARA at College Park MD to dig them out.

 

Kurt

 

Thanks Kurt - I will ask them about that next time I go there. Will be next year probably, as I live in Europe so it's not arount the corner ;-) Bit this helps.

In my patch collection I mainly focus on World War Two to early post-WW2 Divisional Shoulder Sleeve Insignia | Always buying 94th Infantry Division WW2 items, books, photos, patches and post-WW2 veteran's reunion items. | Selling and/or trading my german militaria collection | All pictures are taken by me and objects shown are part of my collection, unless stated otherwise | It's okay to use the pictures for non-commercial purposes (eg. study, reference, etc.) | 94th Infantry Division Historical Society Lifetime Member | 29th Infantry Division Historical Society Member | ASMIC Member | Join ASMIC today via: https://www.asmic.org/join.aspx Make sure to like 94th Infantry Division Books on Facebook

 

All the best!

Bocage

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