After World War I, Memel was one of the occupied areas in Europe to come under the administration of France. French and German stamps were overprinted specifically for use in the area. Lithuanian revolt, which took place in January 1923 abruptly ended Allied rule. New administration issued provisional stamps overprinted with Lithuanian Mark values, followed by Lithuanian Litas overprinted issues. Finally, from 1925 until 1939 stamps of Lithuania were used in the Territory.
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