Postal cards issued during the period of Vichy fealty seem to be easier to acquire.
The two cards at the left were used in Morocco, on October 3, 1942 (from Casablanca) and April 3, 1941 from Mekenese, Morocco. In the example below, the Tunisia postal card was used from Sfar on March 28, 1942.
In the case of both Morocco and Tunisia, both were protectorates, not possessions of Vichy France.
None of the protectorates (including Algeria, Syria and Lebanon) had common design stamps issued for them.