The Newsletter is published in January and July each year (alternating with the journal). It contains news, notices and reports of meetings, minutes, auction information, details of future events, new members, publications and other items not destined for the journal.
Camel Post, the official journal of the Sudan Study Group, is published twice yearly, in April and October. It contains articles written by members and other contributors on a wide range of subjects about the philately and postal history of the Sudan.
The journal was awarded a silver-gilt medal in the Literature Class at the National Philatelic Exhibition, Harrogate in 2008. An index of articles from issue No 1 (1977) until 2005 is available to members. The contents of recent issues of Camel Post are set out below:
Two different covers with Similar Censorship by Alan Morvay.
The Postal Stationery Study Topic for SSG Weekend Conference April 2015 by Paul Grigg.
1953 Self Government Commemorative issue – Key and Duty Plate Markings by Dave Rothery.
Instructional Marks by Niclas Eriksson and Richard Stock.
21 New items Listed in Stanley Gibbons Catalogues by Richard Stock.
Spring 2015 – CP 91
Peter Smith – An Appreciation.
The Garjak Campaign by Brian Gardner.
Henry Halcro Johnson by Richard Stock.
Imperial Airmail February 1931 – The Roessler Cacheted Covers by Peter Halmkin.
Ministry of War by Paul Grigg.
Free French Forces in Sudan during WW2 by Alan Morvay.
The Earliest Cover from Sudan? By Richard Stock.
WW2 Sudanese censored transpacific mail with Hong Kong censor marks by Alan Morvay.
1940 “On Active Service” airmail envelope by Derek Barker.
Torit Post Office by Peter Halmkin.
Study of first SG Puncture Placements by Bill Barclay.
Uncensored Canadian mail to England by John Gibson.
3pt on 4½pt Gordon airmail stamp with wide Arabic surcharge by Bill Barclay.
1962 Pictorial Issue – plate numbers by Richard Stock.
Autumn 2015 – CP 92
First Air Mail Flight to East Africa, March 1931 by Dave Rothery.
The 1 millieme departmental Official of 1901 by Peter Halmkin.
Inverted “Army Service” overprints – 3m value, long tail “y” type overprint – horizontal pair with overprint inverted by Paul Grigg.
A cover from Chad to France via Sudan by John Gibson.
The 1950 Air Mail Issue – designs for the 20pt denomination by Richard Stock.
Telegraph Appendix Sheets by Andy Neal.
First Services to East Africa, March 1931 by Peter Wingent.
A cover from Sudan to New Zealand via the Horseshoe Route by John Gibson.
The 1898 Campaign – the editor’s miscellany by Richard Stock.
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