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Posts Tagged: V-Mail

Victory Mail in World War II

US poster promoting use of V-Mail during WWII

Letters in World War II During World War II, letters were essential to the health of a relationship. Soldiers and sailors who shipped overseas couldn’t make phone calls, and of course, e-mails and text messages hadn’t been invented. That left letters. The average soldier wrote six letters a week. Those letters took anywhere from 1-4… Read more »

A WWII Christmas – A Lesson on V-Mail

Over the next few days, Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, and I are sharing posts on Free Homeschool Deals about teaching history to your children. Would you like to teach your child about letter writing in WWII? In today’s post, A Lesson on V-Mail, Cara Putman shares about the ingenious V-Mail system for sending letters overseas… Read more »

Love Letters and Victory Mail

There’s nothing like a love letter. When you write one, you dwell on the qualities you adore in the person you love. When you receive one, you feel warm and gooey inside. Letters in World War II During World War II, letters were more than romantic—they were essential to the health of a relationship. Soldiers… Read more »