Ihr König, Philip II., wollte erst England und danach Europa zum alten Glauben zurückführen.
Als im Jahre 1587 die englische Königin Elizabeth I. ( auf der Marke rechts und unten ) das Todesurteil gegen ihre Konkurrentin ( und Cousine ) auf dem schottischen Thron, die katholische Maria Stuart unterzeichnete, waren die katholischen Nationen schockiert. Philip der II. war herausgefordert.
King Philip II intended to return first England and later all of Europe to the old faith.
The catholic nations were shocked when England ’ s Queen Elizabeth I ( on stamp at right ) signed the death warrant against her catholic competitor and cousin on Scotland ’ s throne, Mary Stuart, in 1587. Philip II had been challenged.
Diese sollten aber bereits die letzten Marken Seizinger für Jugoslawien sein und ihre Geschichte dokumentiert die turbulenten Tage der Besetzung Jugoslawiens durch das Deutsche Reich und Italien sowie die Gründung des neuen kroatischen Staates.
Denn die Marken wurden nicht nur die letzten Ausgaben Jugoslawiens, sondern gleichzeitig die ersten des neuen Staates Kroatien.
Die beiden Werte waren als Zuschlagsmarken zur Finanzierung der vom 16.-24. März 1941 geplanten Briefmarkenausstellung in Zagreb vorgesehen.
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