329th Infantry Regiment "V-MAIL"

This is an original censored WWII Army V-Mail cover and letter, dated August 3, 1944. The V-Mail was sent by Pfc. Anthony M. Paulo to Beata L. Thompson, Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. The cover contains also his original V-mail letter. The date the V-mail was sent is September 8, 1944, the address the envelope was sent from was APO #83 which was in Sable sur Sarthe, France on this date.

Note: Put into practice in June 1942, V-mail became the most popular way for the troops to correspond across the ocean. As a way to limit bulk mail, V-mail blanks were submitted, photographed, then condensed and sent in special envelopes.