Guns and Stamps Japanese
Alt name(s):
  • Taihou to Stamp
  • Пушки и печати
  • 大炮与印章
  • 大砲とスタンプ
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The story is set in an alternate world with 20th century-like technology, during a great war between the alliance of the Grand Duchy (Russia that never formed) and the Empire (Poland-Lithuania that never fell into ruin) on one side, and the Republic (the Ottoman Empire that never fell apart) on the other.

Lieutenant Martina M. Mayakovskaya is a new officer in the Grand Duchy Logistics Corps. It's a branch of the armed forces responsible for transportation and supply that is looked down upon by the rest of the military as "paper soldiers". Martina's assignment is supposed to be a comfortable desk job dealing with stamping paperwork, but for some reason wherever she goes, she ends up in the middle of combat. Also, what's that eight-legged pseudoweasel that she adopted as a pet (or it adopted her?), and is it just a coincidence that it seems to be saving her from harm every time?

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Thank you
@DjAlexDubCheck This is the group. Turns out they dropped it altogether...

Last edited 1 mo ago by Clovers.

@Clovers Where can we find them ?
Very quaint
If you liked this, they haven't been uploaded to MD yet but there are scans for Rasenjin's other series Kutsuzure Sensen. Though they didn't finish translating it yet.
Interesting update once again!
Incredible. It's like this niche manga was made for me.
this is really good! i love the artist's attention to aesthetic, the little details are super impressive & i love the weapons & vehicles they use. in most mangas i only spend seconds looking at each page, in this one i just keep coming back to the pictures to ogle the planes & guns
Wow, what an impressively cute main character
Вообще довольно занятные детали в манге дозволяют полёт фантазии по поводу того, как оно происходило.
Возможно, без Первой Мировой не было поставлено вопросов гуманности методов ведения войны, без религиозных гонений в Польше не было утеряно влияние среди славян, но в то-же время часть людей на западе Империи стали обособлены. Возможно, из-за ключевого влияния во время подъёма революционных движений, Империя и возымела такие взаимоотношения с Княжеством, не смотря на то, что то было вполне успешно уже на основании того, что Сибирь наша. А может оно шло и не так. В общем - интересно всё.
In general, curious details in manga allow to imagine how did this happened.
Maybe, without WWI there was no discussion regarding humane warfare, without religious prosecution in Poland the influence within slavic world wasn't lost, but in the same time some people in the western parts became alienated. Maybe, because of crucial involvement in times of revolutionary movements uprising, Empire obtained current relationships with Duchy, despite it being pretty successful judging by the fact that Siberia is ours. But maybe it's not like that at all. Basically - it's all interesting.

Last edited 4 mo ago by MangaDex.

I've been enjoying it as well.
@Ostermann thank you for picking it up im so in love with this series thank you :D
I love this series. I am so happy to see it updating again.
Thanks for picking this up

Godspeed, your English translation has been good, and I am looking forward to reading more about the Commonwealth and its relationship to the Principality! :)
Love this author, and bureaucracy

Last edited 5 mo ago by MangaDex.

So different from everything else out there. Likely true to how real military logistics operates as well.
I want to pick up the English version as well.
please pick this up someone... and kutsuzure sensen while you're at it
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