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A Base Army Post Office was established in Constantinople and a field post Office with the Army Headquarters at Balaklava.
A regular seaborne mail service was established between Varna and Constantinople.
There were two opinions; firstly, that the Army run its own services as in the Peninsular War.
Secondly, that civilians from the Post Office be responsible for the service as in the Crimean and Indian Army example.
The Bundeswehr's military mail system is known in German as Feldpost; all mail to or from missions abroad is sent to Darmstadt (near Frankfurt am Main), where outbound mail is sent via land or air to the Bundeswehr's overseas stations, and inbound mail is dispatched to German domestic addresses, or to foreign destinations. Feldpost addresses consist of the word "Feldpost" and a four-digit number beginning with "64" followed by two additional digits denoting the specific mission (e.g., 6401, etc.).
Postal rates for the Feldpost are the same as domestic German postal rates.
In 1881 a rebellion broke out in Egypt which threatened Britain's passage to India through Suez.
There is some evidence of it dating back to Ancient Egypt of the 2nd millennium BC.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle make mention of messengers being sent by King Edward the Elder (899-924) to recall members of the Kent fyrd, but it is generally regarded that the origins of the postal services stem from the King's Messengers (Nuncii et Cursores) of medieval times, in particular, the Royal Post established in the reign of King Edward IV (1461–83) to support his troops engaged in a war against Scotland.
Military mail, as opposed to civilian mail, refers to the postal services provided by armed forces that allow serving members to send and receive mail.
Military mail systems are often subsidized to ensure that military mail does not cost the sender any more than normal domestic mail.
Thomas Reynolds, as the British Post Office Agent in Lisbon, Portugal was made responsible for coordinating the exchange of the British Army’s mails at the port during the Peninsular War (1809–14).