V-mail procedures including cutting, microfilming, transport, photographic enlargement and processing in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:5 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
V-mail procedures in the United States during World War II. V-mail letters are purchased by users on post office window. V-mail letter is written by user. User writes proper address and closes letter in its own envelop. Mail bags of V-mail are unloaded. Letters are opened by cutting machine. Post office personnel sort the mails according to destination group. Seal is put on letters. Letters are bundled. Personnel work on microfilming to save shipment space. Mailbags are transported via airways. A personnel supplies sack of mail at office of city. Letters in microfilm are processed. Personnel work on photographic enlargement. Letters are enveloped and sealed by machines. Letters are delivered to soldiers.
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