• World War II in Color

    Soviet Letters from Home

    The standard form of Soviet war correspondence during WWII were letters folded into a triangular shape. During the war, the mails were brought for free from the front to home. It could not have been differently, because probably the postage stamps would have been the last item the halting logistic support would have delivered to the front. Even so, postcards and envelopes were shortages. 


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