Wartime History & Philately
- Money used in Prisoner-of-War Camps in India. As a part of British Empire that often remained outside the theatres of war, India served as a safe haven for housing the Prisoners of War. Camps were set up, often in places situated in the hinterland, during the Boer War and the two World Wars. The monetary transactions in these camps were facilitated by use of Coupons. 12 May 2010, by Rezwan Razack, http://indianbanknote.blogspot.com/
- Joint War Organisation Indian Red Cross & St John Cinderella Stamp Seals. The (JWO) is a combined operation of the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St John of Jerusalem and was controlled by the non-government Joint War Committee (JWC). The Joint War Finance Committee was created to raise donations and funding. by www.myindianstamp.com, 4th June 2017.
- A is for AIRGRAPH - The Airgraph Service (17 April 1941 to 31 July 1945) by William M. Senkus on https://alphabetilately.org/, 24th July 2020.
- Axis and Allied Propaganda to Indian Troops, by SGM Herbert A. Friedman (Ret.)