Postal History of the Spanish Civil War
Republican Postal History of the Spanish Civil War
Nationalist Postal History of the Spanish Civil War
Only the dates of the postmarks have been taken in consideration for this classification, but not the text of the content if any. Postmarks with unreadable dates or covers with no postmarks are under the category "Undated".
Franchise mark "DIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE SEGURIDAD - SECRETARÍA GENERAL" on cover to Roquetes. Returned to sender with Roquetes arrival backstamp dated on December 8, 1937, and Barcelona re-entry of December 9, 1937.
Postal stationery Edifil 69 with Mallorca local Allepuz 22. Palma de Mallorca with unreadable mark, but text on the back dated on December 12, 1936. Rare early piece of postal history to a Francoist concentration camp. Central folding mark.
Post card from Casa de Reforma in Cehegín to Valencia, with censor mark of Cehegin labor camp in violet reading "CASA DE REFORMA - CEHEGIN / *CENSURADA* / CONTESTE EN TARJETA POSTAL". Unreadable date on the postmark but text on the back dated on February 19, 1938.
Post card from San Miguel de los Reyes prison in Valencia to 4º Batallón de Fortificaciones, 4ª Compañía, a detachment of the same prison where the inmates were forced to build fortifications for the Army. Censor mark "D.P. Nº 1 - VALENCIA / CENSURA". No postmarks, stamp cancelled with handwritten lines, but text on the back dated on September 7, 1938.
Post card franked with 25c Edifil 749 and Valencia postmark dated on March 7, 1939, sent to Mariano Ballester Navarro, in "C. de T. de San Miguel" in Orihuela, this is Campo de Trabajo (labor camp) in Orihuela, which was in San Miguel seminar in that city. Censor Mark "D.P. Nº 1 - VALENCIA / CENSURA".