At least on older stamps. Nowadays angels are not often depicted anymore on stamps.
Due to secularisation of the world, or because we don't think of angels in times of peace?
I found more nice examples of winged figures (angels I suppose) on stamps that refer to war, or victory after a war :
|two greek airmail stamps, angel figure with laurel wreath|
In my previous article i posted some Syrian stamps with the Greek godess Nike, without wings.
Her I have a similar stamp, this time with a winged person, holding a laurel wreath, and presumingly a tambourin at the left foot.
|Syria (see angels 02) - winged person with laurel wreath|
|Angel on a Lithuanian stamp|
to be continued...