microfilmed letter form used by British forces during WWII. Established 22 April 22 1941 as a military service, and later extended to the civilian mail; discontinued in July 1945. The microfilm copy of the letter original was flown, then enlarged, and then printed on a special form at its destination. The system was equivalent to the U.S. WWII ‘V-Mail’ (q.v.)

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