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A little WWII humor

My mom took a lot of pictures, saved a lot of pictures, and clipped cartoons during WWII (1940’s).   Here are 2 I thought you might enjoy: 48 more words

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gpcox reblogged this on pacificparatrooper and commented:

Proof that the military enjoys its humor!!!!

April 15, 1943

April 15th, 1943

Dear Mom + Dad

Just a few lines to let yous know I am okay and having lots of fun. I bumped into Demps on the train in Montreal last night and I’ve been with him ever since so will you go up and let his mother know. 112 more words

WWII

Adverse Weather Wednesday 28th to Thursday 29th January

We are aware of snowfalls overnight from Wednesday to Thursday. Currently we plan to open as normal but will update you from 6am Thursday morning if the situation should change. 89 more words

Letters Home

April 13th, 1943

April 13th,1943

Dear Mom

Just a few lines to let yous know I’m okay. Well we got paid this morning, filled up our packs, and handed our blankets in. 284 more words

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Letters Home #1

Letter postmarked September 15, 1952, Fort Knox, Kentucky

Fort Knox Thurs. P.M.

My Good Family,

You must have thought I have neglected you, but it has been an endless chain of lines ever since we left… 524 more words

Letters Home

Letters Home

I found this scrapbook in a closet. In it are Hugh Pettibone’s letters to home as a young enlisted man during the early 1950s. The pages are brittle and browning, so I decided to document the album before it decayed further, as a tribute to a great man. 44 more words

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Skipping to the end of Letters Home

So far two people have skipped to the end of Letters Home. My nephew is forgiven, he’s a twelve-year-old with a book in his hand. My sister I’ve been giving a hard time. 665 more words

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