Nauru - Mike White - Worldwide Postal History. Censored and Military Mail.
| NAURU - JAPAN…WW2 JAPANESE OCCUPATION... 1943 (Dec 3) Stampless envelope to Aichi Pref. c/w long interesting letter written on 3 December 1943 & marked letter 39 by soldier, U68 U66 c/o Yokosuka Post Office with Censor hand stamp & self censored with orange circuular chop of Hashiba who states "There is no problem here as you can see in newspapers. As there is a despatch today I write you. I speak words for god. I'm going to return next spring. Please ask again to Colonel Makita, telling him that my life may end unless I return" ....................Envelopes are rare from Japanese occupation forces & this Informative letter with clear suicidal intentions relates to the hardships these soldiers endured on Nauru and is historically important
| NAURU-USA [AIRMAIL-HIGH RATE] 1946 (Feb 5) Plain env by airmail to The lionel Corporation, New York bearing Freighter 9d (2) & 2/6 [making 4/- rate] tied Nauru/Central Pacific d/s………...Scarce High franking with adhesives catalogued by SG at GBP 462