The 1920 Antwerp Olympics are a story of war, nationalism, and panicked preparation. They are also the story of the first large-scale attempt to use postage stamps and cancels to advertise an Olympic Games. Join Gregg Redner as he leads us through this fascinating and little explored area of Olympic philately.
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