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 »