British Post Offices in Morocco #80 (1936)

Great Britain – Offices in Morocco #80 (1936)

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Morocco used a well-organized system of internal “Sharifien” mail, and all international mail was carried out by foreign postal systems under contract. This led to a large number of competing offices in the main towns (especially the ports) run by Germany, France, Spain, and the United Kingdom. The British Post Offices in Morocco, also known as the … Continue reading Great Britain – Offices in Morocco #80 (1936)