This pocket victory puzzle is a reproduction made from an original in a private collection. The envelope contains several triangular puzzle pieces that are to be used to form both a V and a rectangle.
With metal and early plastics going to the war effort, many toys were made of wood, cardboard, and paper.
Such games were just as often sent to soldiers. Pocket or travel game sets were both available commercially to send overseas, and distributed by civilian groups such as the YMCA and the Red Cross.