Postlagerkarte (lit. Mail storage card, abbreviated PLK) was a German postal service that enabled customers to receive mail anonymously, without providing any identification documents. It has been introduced by the German Imperial Post in 1910 and abolished in 1991.
- Gleb J. Albert, The PLK: A Crucial Communication Tool, November 15, 2015.
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