At my Family History group this morning a member showed some 'letters ' a relative had sent back from the Western Front in WW2. I say letters, but they were more like messages really. They had been microfilmed (which is what happened to save shipping space) and had little illustrations on them. For example one had a drawing of Mickey Mouse with the recipients name and Happy Birthday. Others had quite niaive drawings of this and that, all single sided with an instruction to write inside the box. The member's question was whether or not his father had drawn them, having never since shown any artistic bent! I think I read somewhere that troops were given pre-printed letter card thingys to send home with their own message. Has anyone else come accross this at all?