In March 1944, the Dalmatia area was in desperate need of 3.50 Kn postage, the normal supply having been interrupted by the war. To fill this need, Italian issues of 1929 were taken to a Šibenik printer, where they were overprinted “N.D. HRVATSKA Kn. 3.50”.
In January 1944, a small group of German officers occupying the island of Brač, Croatia, decided to commission the printing of local postage, ostensibly to benefit the local populace, but in actuality to make a profit for themselves.
Immediately upon the establishment of the Ustaša regime in 1941, the Ustaša government issued this series consisting of two Yugoslavian issues of 1939 overprinted “Slobodna Bosanska Hrvatska”.
This Feldpost stamp was issued in April 1945.
The NDH issued its first Feldpost issue in January 1945.
This series was issued in 1944 to benefit the war relief effort.