The Cologne Post was a daily paper published for the British Armed Forces from 31 March 1919 to 17 January 1926. It then continued as The Cologne Post and Wiesbaden Times from 28 January 1926 - 3 November 1929. There was also an Upper Silesian edition published from 17 June to 6 August 1921 in Oppeln for the British Forces in Upper Silesia. William Edward Rolston was the founder and managing editor of The Cologne Post. Rolston was a Captain serving in the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) The newspaper was printed in Cologne by Kölnische Volkszeitung.

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  • The Cologne Post fu un quotidiano pubblicato per le forze armate britanniche dal 31 marzo 1919 al 17 gennaio 1926. Continuò poi come The Colonia Post and Wiesbaden Times dal 28 gennaio 1926 al 3 Novembre 1929. Ci fu anche un'edizione dell'Alta Slesia, pubblicata dal 17 giugno al 6 agosto 1921 a Oppeln per le forze britanniche nell'Alta Slesia. Fondatore e caporedattore del The Cologne Post fu William Edward Rolston. Rolston era un capitano in servizio nei Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment). Il giornale venne stampato a Colonia nella Kölnische Volkszeitung. Il 1º agosto 1923, in risposta scritta ad una domanda del sottosegretario di Stato per la guerra, il tenente colonnello Guinness dichiarò che "[...] The Cologne Post [...] è un'organizzazione indipendente che non è finanziata dai fondi dell'Esercito". L'Army Post Office S40 venne fondato a Colonia, in Germania, nel 1919 per fornire un supporto postale alla prima British Army of the Rhine (BAOR, "Armata britannica del Reno") e fu chiuso nel 1929, quando l'armata fu ritirata dalla Germania. (it)
  • The Cologne Post was a daily paper published for the British Armed Forces from 31 March 1919 to 17 January 1926. It then continued as The Cologne Post and Wiesbaden Times from 28 January 1926 - 3 November 1929. There was also an Upper Silesian edition published from 17 June to 6 August 1921 in Oppeln for the British Forces in Upper Silesia. William Edward Rolston was the founder and managing editor of The Cologne Post. Rolston was a Captain serving in the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) The newspaper was printed in Cologne by Kölnische Volkszeitung. On 1 August 1923 in a written reply to a question to the Under-Secretary of State for War, Lieut.-Colonel Guinness stated that "... The Cologne Post ... is an independent organisation not financed from Army funds" Army Post Office S40 was established in Cologne, Germany in 1919 to provide postal support of the first British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) and was closed in 1929 when the force was finally withdrawn from Germany. (en)
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  • The Cologne Post fu un quotidiano pubblicato per le forze armate britanniche dal 31 marzo 1919 al 17 gennaio 1926. Continuò poi come The Colonia Post and Wiesbaden Times dal 28 gennaio 1926 al 3 Novembre 1929. Ci fu anche un'edizione dell'Alta Slesia, pubblicata dal 17 giugno al 6 agosto 1921 a Oppeln per le forze britanniche nell'Alta Slesia. Fondatore e caporedattore del The Cologne Post fu William Edward Rolston. Rolston era un capitano in servizio nei Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment). Il giornale venne stampato a Colonia nella Kölnische Volkszeitung. (it)
  • The Cologne Post was a daily paper published for the British Armed Forces from 31 March 1919 to 17 January 1926. It then continued as The Cologne Post and Wiesbaden Times from 28 January 1926 - 3 November 1929. There was also an Upper Silesian edition published from 17 June to 6 August 1921 in Oppeln for the British Forces in Upper Silesia. William Edward Rolston was the founder and managing editor of The Cologne Post. Rolston was a Captain serving in the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) The newspaper was printed in Cologne by Kölnische Volkszeitung. (en)
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  • The Cologne Post (it)
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