Victory Mail - Print Advertisement

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April 2, 2010
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The print advertisement explained how Kodak provided the key equipment used to reduce V-Mail to 16mm microfilm for speedy air transport.

“Victory Mail,” a temporary exhibition open at the National Postal Museum, showcases the museum’s collection of World War II V-Mail correspondence. “V” for “Victory,” a popular World War II symbol, was the inspiration for the name of this new-fangled correspondence style.

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