In conjunction with the attempt to establish an Independent State of Macedonia, a single series of stamps was published. The stamps are overprints of Bulgarian issues.
During the German occupation, all Luxembourg stamp issues were overprints of either German or existing Luxembourg issues.
During the four years of German occupation, a single set of stamps was issued for use in occupied Lorraine.
During the German occupation, a single set of overprinted stamps was released for use throughout Lithuania, and another set was released for use solely in the Southern Lithuanian Vilna area. In addition, numerous local provisional issues were printed.
During the German occupation, a single set of overprinted stamps was released specifically for use in Latvia.
In April 1945, the Germans ran out of stamps issued for civilian use, and were forced to use overprinted German definitives and feldpost stamps.