Epirus was located in the Northwest corner of Ancient Greece and southeast of what is now current Albania. After the Balkan War of 1912-1913 the Treaty of London incorporated southern Epirus into Greece but the Treaty of Bucharest at the conclusion of the second Balkan War assigned Northern Epirus to Albania. Local Greeks in northern Epirus revolted and declared their independence proclaiming the Autonomous Republic of Northern Epirus in 1914. Although short lived it managed to leave behind its own postage stamps and operated its own postal service.
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