Victory Mail, or “V-Mail” was used during World War II to expedite correspondence for armed services overseas. It used microfilm processing to produce lighter, smaller mail cargo to limit the amount of space used for mail (http://postalmuseum.si.edu/victorymail/). The writer used a form that was then processed for shipment overseas. These are examples of two V-Mail letters from Mike Lemoine to Anna (Sherman) Duphiney from World War II. One talks about concern for the hurricane in 1944, the other predicts the Russians will end the war quickly.