Sunday, 30 June 2019


Airgraphs were letters that had been photographically reduced to be sent by air (at reduced wight and space) and then printed at the other end.  They were employed during WW II, initially for forces in the Middle East.

This first example is an Airgraph sent in June 1943 to Ilton ...

... while the second example is an Airgraph that was sent from Wellington in july 1944.

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