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mm1946

British Burma (George VI)

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Dorman-Smith was replaced by Major-General Sir Hubert Rance as the new governor, and the Rangoon police went on strike. The strike, starting in September 1946, then spread from the police to government employees and came close to becoming a general strike. Rance calmed the situation by meeting with Aung San and convincing him to join the Governor's Executive Council along with other members of the AFPFL. The new executive council, which now had increased credibility in the country, began negotiations for Burmese independence, which were concluded successfully in London as the Aung San-Attlee Agreement on 27 January 1947.

1946

19460011946001: 3PS - George VI & Views (brown) definitive
19460021946002: 6PS - George VI & Views (violet) definitive
19460031946003: 9PS - George VI & Views (green) definitive
19460041946004: AN1NA - George VI & Views (dark blue) definitive
19460051946005: 1½As - George VI & Views (orange) definitive
19460061946006: 2As - George VI & Views (rose) definitive
19460071946007: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI & Views - Royal Barge, Green peafowl (blue-green) definitive
19460081946008: THREE ANNAS 3As - George VI & Views - Elephant (violet) definitive
19460091946009: THREE ANNAS SIX PIES 3As 6Ps - George VI & Views - Ploughing a rice field (blue and black) definitive
19460101946010: 4 As - George VI & Views (violet) definitive
19460111946011: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI & Views - Sailing ship on Irawadi (lilac) definitive
19460121946012: 1 R - George VI & Views (lilac & black) definitive
19460131946013: 2 Rs - George VI & Views (orange & brown) definitive
19460141946014: 5 Rs - George VI & Views (brown & green) definitive
19460151946015: 10 Rs - George VI & Views (violet & lilac) definitive
19460161946016: 9Ps - End of World War II in Asia - George VI, Burmese man
19460171946017: 1½As - End of World War II in Asia - George VI, Burmese woman
19460181946018: 2As - End of World War II in Asia - George VI
19460191946019: 3As 6Ps - End of World War II in Asia - George VI, Elephant hauling Teak log

O1946

O194601O194601: 3PS - George VI overprinted SERVICE (brown) official stamp
O194602O194602: 6PS - George VI overprinted SERVICE (violet) official stamp
O194603O194603: 9PS - George VI overprinted SERVICE (green) official stamp
O194604O194604: AN1NA - George VI overprinted SERVICE (dark blue) official stamp
O194605O194605: 1½As - George VI overprinted SERVICE (orange) official stamp
O194606O194606: 2As - George VI overprinted SERVICE (rose) official stamp
O194607O194607: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Royal Barge (green) official stamp
O194608O194608: 4 As - George VI overprinted SERVICE (violet) official stamp
O194609O194609: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Sailing ship on Irawadi (lilac) official stamp
O194610O194610: 1 R - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Green peafowl (lilac & black) official stamp
O194611O194611: 2 Rs - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Green peafowl (orange & brown) official stamp
O194612O194612: 5 Rs - George VI overprinted SERVICE (brown & green) official stamp
O194613O194613: 10 Rs - George VI overprinted SERVICE (violet & lilac) official stamp

Z1946

Z1946aZ1946a: - Victory issue, first day of issue, 2 MAY 1945 Rangoon GPO stamppages illustration




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