On the newly appeared hybrids intended for circulation on the territory of Poland, in Polish - but under German dictation - it was written:
'Rzesza Niemiecka przyjmuje odpowiedzialnoze za splate Biletow Kasy Polyczkowej w Markach Niemieckich po cenie nominalnej'
Zarzad jeneral-gubernatorstwa warszawskiego. 1917
'The German Reich assumes responsibility for paying for tickets at the Polish ticket office in German marks at the nominal price'
The Board of the Warsaw General Government. 1917
In 1917, banknotes were issued in denominations of 1/2, 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 1 000 Polish stamps, even a small coin was minted by the Germans in Stuttgart – use it, Poles!
The course of the 1st World War made adjustments to the German plans.
October 6, 1918: the capitulation of Germany, then the independence of Poland was declared and the transfer of all power in the country to Jozef Pilsudski
What happened to the Polish stamps-to be thrown out?
No, Polish stamps continued to be printed and put into circulation, only instead of the Warsaw General Government, they were issued by the Issue Department of the Polish Treasury.