Jugopošta

Monograph 7 fron coverOur quarterly A4-sized Journal, Jugopošta, is published in March, June, September and December. Each issue is produced on paper covering a variety of subjects and is distributed free to members. However, in some years where suitable material is available, we will produce a single-subject monograph to replace one of those issues. In that event, the monograph will be published on CD (at no extra cost to members) on paper (at an extra cost).

Members will be informed before annual subscriptions become due of the intention to publish a monograph in the forthcoming year. There will be no monograph published in 2018.

Back-copies of Jugopošta and monographs are available. See ‘Literature’ for more details.

An index of articles published in Jugopošta, up to and including Number 86, can be downloaded from here.

Jugopošta was awarded Silver at the Croydon 2007 national exhibition.

Jugopošta is sent by surface mail to overseas, non-Europe based members unless additional funds are received for airmail postage (minimum £6). Payment may be made by sterling cheques drawn on a UK bank (made payable to Yugoslavia Study Group), by PayPal or in cash.

All information and articles within Jugopošta are the copyright of the Yugoslavia Study Group and contributors and may not be copied or otherwise reproduced without prior written permission.

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  1. I belong to the Christmas Philatelic Club (part of ATA) and am putting together an up-to-date list (2017 Scott catalog plus Linn’s Monthly supplements) of Christmas stamps. There are some stamps that I cannot discern if they were issued for “Christmas” per say or just issued in the November/December time frame. The Scott #s and year of issuance are: 1582-3, 1982; 2082-5, 1990; 2123-6, 1991, 2190-3, 1992; and 2227-30, 1993. These stamps were after issued the fall of Communism and the Soviet Union, so perhaps religion has come back to Yugoslavian philately. Can someone shed light on this for me? Thank you.

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