Where Hitler's Image Outlived World War II

After the capitulation of Nazi Germany in 1945, the Allied occupation forces put a priority on restoring postal service, but most of the inventory of postage stamps bore the portrait of Adolf Hitler. In the midst of an aggressive campaign of de-Nazification, Hitler stamps, sometimes defaced by an over-stamp but often intact, continued to be used on mail within the occupied country into 1946 before being replaced by postwar stamp issues.


Someone should really do a movie about a Nazi Conspiracy behind all of the Wokeism in the West today to torment everyone into worshiping Hitler.