I have this postcard of Gen'l Pershing, and the back indicates it's from the American Red Cross, and, in small print, printed in Paris.
I'm trying to understand for what purpose it might have been used.
Clearly, it's a military theme, and I'm thinking that perhaps this card would have been available at ARC canteens or centers for soldiers to send a quick note back home to?
It would not have been for POW mail purposes, would it? Wouldn't it be indicated on the card if that were the case? Or would this protocol not have been as well-established as it was by WW2?
Thanks in advance!