Festivals (see also Folklore Festivals.)

Field Post

Cholmondeley Park restoration of Czechoslovak Army Memorial. Frank Kaplan. Jun/1999, p. 28.

Covers of interest: Kay Goodman. Brian C Day. Jun/2003, p. 52.

Czechoslovak independent armoured brigade in France and their return home, 1944-1945. reviewed by Brian Livingston, Richard Beith. Sep/2015, p. 9.

Feldpost Tcheque. R Richet, reviewed by David R Opperman. May/1978, p. 5.

Free Czechoslovak forces in France 1939-40. reviewed by Brian Livingston, Richard Beith. Sep/2015, p. 9.

Government forces post. Miroslav (Dr) Vostatek, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Jun/1996, p. 42.

Military parcels to exotic countries. Lubor Kunc. Jun/2010, p. 46.

Postala couriers travelling between Paris and Prague. Lubor Kunc. Jun/2015, p. 16.

- Airmails

Royal Air Force field post in Prague 1945-46. Vratislav Palkoska, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Sep/2002, p. 65.

- Art

Another Jituš design. Richard Beith. Sep/2001, p. 71.

Jindřich Křeček (Jituš) - war artist. William Alexander Page. Jun/1992, p. 41.

J. Mottl - publisher of military cards (1939-1940). William Alexander Page. Sep/1987, p. 42.

- Austro-Hungarian

Austro-Hungarian navy fieldpost 1914-1918. Alan J Knight. Sep/1991, p. 63.

Czechs and the Austrian fieldpost 1914–1918. Alan J Knight. Sep/1990, p. 57.

Fieldpost of Austro-Hungarian river fleet in World War I. Jiří Nekvasil. Dec/1993, p. 100.

Postal history of the Ukraine: Austro-Hungarian army in Ukraine censor handstamps 1914-1918. Roman Dubyniak, Peter Cybaniak, reviewed by Richard Wheatley. Sep/2000, p. 62.

Stempel-Handbuch der K.u.K. Feldpost in Österreich-Ungarn 1914-1918 (Postmark handbook of K.u.K. fieldpost in Austria-Hungary 1914-18). Herwig Rainer, reviewed by Roger Morrell. Mar/2004, p. 5.

- Bahamas

Free Czechoslovak airmen in the Bahamas. Richard Beith. Sep/2012, p. 54.

- Bohemia and Moravia

Postal provisions of the Protectorate militia. Miroslav (Dr) Vostatek, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Jun/1992, p. 44.

- Cancelling Devices

Dolfa Bartošík (1907-1989) designer WW2 Czechoslovak fieldpost commemorative cancellers. William Alexander Page. Dec/1991, p. 94.

- Carpatho-Ukraine

Czechoslovak army In Ukraine 1914-1920 (Book 1). Roman Dubyniak, Peter Cybaniak, reviewed by Brian C Day. Sep/2007, p. 70; Mar/2016, p. 9.

Czechoslovak field post in Sub-Carpathia in 1919 and 1920. Helmut Kobelbauer. Mar/2013, p. 14.

KuK Ukrainische Legion Fieldpostkorrespondenzkarten 1914-1918. Roman Dubyniak, Peter Cybaniak, reviewed by Yvonne Wheatley. Sep/2000, p. 62.

Postal history of Ukraine: Ukrainian legion postcards. Roman Dubyniak, Peter Lybaniak, Colin W Spong. Sep/2004, p. 71.

- Counterfeits and Forgeries

Fieldpost. Tomáš Morovics. Sep/1994, p. 57.

New Czech forgery: forgery of Czechoslovak temporary newspaper stamp and field post cancellation. Lubor Kunc. Jun/2010, p. 38.

- Czech Franking on Hungarian Postcard

Identification of a Hungarian military postcard franked with the first anniversary of liberation issue. Les Robinson. Jun/2004, p. 48.

- Exhibitions

Field post exhibition at Prague Postal Museum. Roger Morrell. Dec/2014, p. 10.

- France

Czechoslovak army in France and UK, 1939-1945 France, 1940. William Alexander Page. Dec/1993, p. 112.

France May 1940 - carte lettre. Vladimír J Králiček. Dec/2004, p. 111.

Mail of the Czechoslovak legions in France. Jaroslav J Verner, reviewed by Tom Cossaboom. Dec/2002, p. 118.

Postcard of interest: Czechoslovak Catholic mission in France. Brian C Day. Jun/2004, p. 49.

Those that stayed behind: France 1940. Miroslav (Dr) Vostatek. Sep/1986, p. 26.

- German

German field post postmarks used in the Protektorat and Slovakia. Ernest G Taylor. Sep/1979, p. 3; Sep/1979, p. 3; Sep/1979, p. 3; Dec/1979, p. 3; Dec/1979, p. 3; Dec/1979, p. 3.

- Great Britain

1943 London Czechoslovak stamp exhibition. Vladimír J Králiček, William Alexander Page. Mar/1995, p. 6.

Czech army in exile - UK censor marks. Vladimír J Králiček. Sep/2006, p. 78.

Czechoslovak army field post and the BBC. Vladimír J Králiček. Dec/2008, p. 100.

Czechoslovak army in France and UK, 1939-1945 France, 1940. William Alexander Page. Dec/1993, p. 112.

Czechoslovak army in Great Britain and the first regular daily canceller. Vladimír J Králiček. Sep/2008, p. 69.

Czechoslovak field post office in Great Britain during World War II. Miroslav (Dr) Vostatek. Sep/2006, p. 71.

Czechoslovak independent brigade in Great Britain and their return home 1940-1945. Richard Beith. Mar/2007, p. 2.

Great Britain blank registered etiquette. Otto Hornung. Sep/2003, p. 85.

How it all began. William Alexander Page. Sep/1983, p. 28.

Leaflet re Czechoslovak forces in Great Britain in 1917. Vladimír J Králiček. Sep/2006, p. 72.

Postal history of the free Czechoslovak forces in Great Britain 1940-1945. Richard Beith, reviewed by Garth A (Dr) Taylor. Dec/2005, p. 94.

Postal markings of allied forces in Great Britain. Norman Hill, reviewed by Harry Hayes. Mar/1981, p. 42.

Three covers of interest: Carpatho-Ukraine airmail, French slogan, Great Britain. Otto Hornung. Sep/2003, p. 85.

Tricky cancels of the Czechoslovak Field Post in Great Britain. Lubor Kunc. Mar/2014, p. 7; Jun/2014, p. 19.

Večerek, Oldřich. William Alexander Page. Sep/1987, p. 29.

- Greece

Czech soldiers on the Thessalonika front 1917-1918. Miroslav (Dr) Vostatek, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Jun/1997, p. 34.

- Hungary

Field post of the Hungarian Republican Council Army on the territory of Slovakia in the year 1919. Jozef Tekeľ, translated by Robert Kingsley. Jun/1984, p. 60.

Russian field post offices during the Austro/Russian campaign in Hungary 1849. I W Roberts, Mervyn Benford. Sep/1986, p. 23.

- Middle East

Czechoslovak legion in Poland and in Russia 1939-41, and, Czechoslovaks in the Middle East 1940-43. Vratislav Palkoska, Otto Hornung, reviewed by Ian McQueen. Dec/2004, p. 98.

- Patriotic Labels

Labels. Garth A (Dr) Taylor. Sep/2006, p. 74.

- Photographs

Letters to the editor: Siberian legion website. Robert Faltin. Jun/2004, p. 34.

- Poland

Czechoslovak legion in Poland and in Russia 1939-41, and, Czechoslovaks in the Middle East 1940-43. Vratislav Palkoska, Otto Hornung, reviewed by Ian McQueen. Dec/2004, p. 98.

Polish field post in Operation Danube, Czechoslovakia 1968. Krzysztof Lachowicz, translated by Michael Chant. Jun/1997, p. 36.

- Polní Pošta 46 [Polni Posta 46]

Blue strikes of field post office 46. Jozef Tekeľ, translated by Juan E (Dr) Page. Dec/1990, p. 94.

- Postal Rates

Czechoslovak army field post office guide to postal tariffs in Great Britain and overseas. Oldřich Večerek, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Dec/1994, p. 80.

- Postmarks

Czechoslovak forces field post office cancellations during WWII. Tomáš Morovics, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Jun/1996, p. 39.

- Russia

Czech forces in Russia - two World War I POW cards. Kenny Morrison, translated by Vladimír J Králiček. Dec/2006, p. 99.

Czechoslovak legion in Poland and in Russia 1939-41, and, Czechoslovaks in the Middle East 1940-43. Vratislav Palkoska, Otto Hornung, reviewed by Ian McQueen. Dec/2004, p. 98.

Fieldpost in Russia 1914-1918. Ardalion Vinokurov, Alexander Epštein, reviewed by Andrew Cronin. Jun/2008, p. 36.

Slovak army: 1939-1945. David Holt. Dec/2008, p. 104; Jun/2009, p. 46; Sep/2009, p. 70; Mar/2010, p. 9.

- Siberia (see also Siberia.)

Letters to the editor. Jaroslav J Verner. Dec/1985, p. 125.

Letters to the editor: Siberian legion website. Robert Faltin. Jun/2004, p. 34.

Philatelic dreams. Milan (Dr) Vender. Mar/1988, p. 13.

- - Counterfeits and Forgeries

Forgery of Czech forces in Siberia. Chris Cordes. Jun/1995, p. 37.

- - Češskja Počta [Cesskja Pocta]

Field post of the Czech army in Siberia. Yvonne Wheatley. Sep/1989, p. 67.

- - Lion of Bohemia

Field post of the Czech army in Siberia. Yvonne Wheatley. Sep/1989, p. 67.

- - Silhouette Issue

Field post of the Czech army in Siberia. Yvonne Wheatley. Sep/1989, p. 67.

- Slovakia

11.10.1938: Territorial loss in southern Slovakia. Jozef Tekeľ, Robert Kingsley. Dec/1996, p. 91.

Czechoslovak military posts in Slovakia 1918-1920. John L Whiteside. Mar/1981, p. 44; Jun/1981, p. 53.

Field post of the Hungarian Republican Council Army on the territory of Slovakia in the year 1919. Jozef Tekeľ, translated by Robert Kingsley. Jun/1984, p. 60.

Italian fieldpost in Slovakia - 1919. John L Whiteside. Jun/1988, p. 37.

Postcard of interest: Hungarian negotiating team. Brian C Day. Mar/2001, p. 5.

Slovak army: 1939-1945. David Holt. Dec/2008, p. 104; Jun/2009, p. 46; Sep/2009, p. 70; Mar/2010, p. 9.

- Study Group

Czech field post office study group. Lubor Kunc. Jun/2001, p. 28.

- United States

American army and related posts in Czechoslovakia from April 1945. William Alexander Page. Sep/1995, p. 60.

Postal history of the American Expeditionary Force 1917-1923. edited by Theo van Dam, reviewed by Colin W Spong. Dec/1980, p. 40.

- World War I

Adjunct to Lubor Kunc's article on selected personalities and buildings. Roger Morrell. Mar/2011, p. 10.

Czech forces in Great Britain in 1917. Richard Beith. Mar/2006, p. 5.

Leaflet re Czechoslovak forces in Great Britain in 1917. Vladimír J Králiček. Sep/2006, p. 72.

Postal history of the American Expeditionary Force 1917-1923. edited by Theo van Dam, reviewed by Colin W Spong. Dec/1980, p. 40.

Selected personalities and buildings of WWI. Lubor Kunc. Dec/2010, p. 101.

- World War II

Czechoslovak army - the return to Europe - some unanswered questions. William Alexander Page. Sep/1985, p. 111.

Czechoslovak army in World War II. William Alexander Page. Jun/1988, p. 23.

Czechoslovak Polní Pošta 1938. William A Dawson. Jun/1975, p. 4.

Postcards of interest: allied free forces. Richard Beith. Jun/2002, p. 43.

Recent World War 2 find. William Alexander Page. Sep/1991, p. 72.

Two interesting 1945 covers. Vladimír J Králiček. Mar/1997, p. 7.

Films (see Cinema.)

FIP

World postage stamp exhibition - Praga 88. Colin W Spong. Mar/1987, p. 4.

First Anniversary Issue Contest

First anniversary stamp design contest. Yvonne King. Sep/1980, p. 24.

First Day Covers

Monografie československých a českých známek a poštovni historie. Pavel Aksamit, reviewed by Lubor Kunc. Sep/2009, p. 71.

First Postage Stamp

- Great Britain

- - 1990. 150th Anniversary

Greetings to London 90! William Alexander Page. Jun/1990, p. 27.

Five Year Plans

Unlisted and little known varieties of stamps of CSSR 1945 to-date. Ernest G Taylor. Sep/1983, p. 33.

Folk Crafts (see also Graphic Cut-Outs.)

Folk Head Dresses Issues (see Regional Head Dresses Issue.)

Folk Tales

- 1980

Unlisted and little known varieties of stamps of CSSR 1945 to-date. Ernest G Taylor. Sep/1983, p. 33.

Folklore Festivals

- 1978. Východná

Východná 25th folk festival. Robert J Black. Jun/1986, p. 20.

Fonts (see Alphabets and Typefaces.)

Foreign Occupations

- Bohemia and Moravia

- - German

Trojan catalogue Protektorát Čechy a Morava / Slovenský Štat 1939-1945 / Sudety 1938. Martin Trojan, Jaroslav Trojan, reviewed by William A Dawson. Mar/1997, p. 3.

- Eastern Silesia

- - Polish

East Silesia occupation of October 1938. Tony Moseley. Sep/2012, p. 65.

- Hungary

- - Romanian

Covers of interest Romanian occupation. Otto Hornung. Mar/2005, p. 14.

- Slovakia

- - German

Trojan catalogue Protektorát Čechy a Morava / Slovenský Štat 1939-1945 / Sudety 1938. Martin Trojan, Jaroslav Trojan, reviewed by William A Dawson. Mar/1997, p. 3.

- Sudetenland

- - German

Sudetenland - the German occupation of southern Bohemia. William A Dawson. Sep/2001, p. 65.

Trojan catalogue Protektorát Čechy a Morava / Slovenský Štat 1939-1945 / Sudety 1938. Martin Trojan, Jaroslav Trojan, reviewed by William A Dawson. Mar/1997, p. 3.

Forerunners

Story of an entire. William Alexander Page. Mar/1990, p. 21.

Forgeries (see Counterfeits and Forgeries.)

France

ČSR overprints on French stamps. Roy E Reader. Jun/2010, p. 47.

French miniature sheet featuring Prague. Michael Chant. Jun/2009, p. 38.

Freed Republic Issue (see Chainbreaker Issue.)

Friedek (see Frýdek.)

Frýdek [Frydek]

1945 liberation overprints of Frýdek (Friedek). William Alexander Page. Dec/1997, p. 87.

Frýdek 1. Karel Holoubek. Dec/2010, p. 113.