A GOOD SOLDIER WILL NOT GET VENEREAL DISEASE. VENEREAL DISEASES AID THE AXIS! IF EXPOSED USE ARMY PROPHYLAXIS.
This trojan paper envelope is made of a heavy, semi-gloss paper and is a reproductions of a 1940’s condom envelope, suitable for museum display, reenactment, or theater productions. Inside the WWII reproduction package is a modern condom to fill out the package. No reenactor’s GI wallet display should be without one. Add hair tonic, a bottle after shave, a chocolate bar and some stockings for a weekend on leave.
During WWII, inside their paper envelopes, condoms were often just wrapped with a thin piece of brown paper to keep them together. If you are displaying the packaging in a museum type display, you’ll want to remove the modern condom.