During World War 2, the US Army was aware that mail to soldiers was critical for morale, but was overwhelmed with the volume and space it took to ship. So they resuscitated a British/Eastman Kodak method where every letter was photographed, and the film was shipped and then printed. It was called V-Mail.

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