Letter Home – April 27, 1944

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19440427-Lscan-600Dear Mother & Dad;

Well today is my birthday. But I didn’t notice any change in myself, just the same old kid. I thought of you both all day and wondered what you were thinking about. I haven’t had time to go see Snook lately but one of these days I’ll get over to see him I hope. I am feeling swell, and getting along okay, so don’t worry about me. This war can’t last forever and then I’ll be home for good. I just don’t want to come home now and then be sent to the south Pacific. The Germans are better fighters but they treat you better than those sneaky Japs. Had a letter from the Conants today. Said to say hello to you. Guess this is all for now good bye and I love you both very much

Your Son,
“Chick”

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