Letter Home – January 26, 1945

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19450126-Lscan-600Dear Mother & Dad,

I have a few letters here from you dated Dec 28, Jan 2, 6, 7th. Ha, ha. Mother I have to laugh when you tell me not too visit these girls over here. What do you take me for a baby, don’t worry about me. You can tell the good from the bad. Yea, the mail here is just as slow as it is at home. The weather here is really terrible. Last night it snowed about a foot again. What do you mean by the laws being too radical? As for going to church, I go when I can. Well dad I am feeling pretty good, but as for standing the cold weather, that’s another question. I just can’t keep my feet warm, but we only have a couple of months to go, and I have stood it this long, I guess I’ll make out Okea. You wanted to know how things are going, well sometimes they get pretty rough, but I don’t think it’s as bad as the other fronts are getting it. I doubt if you and mom really know where I am. I’d just hope the Russian keep going. Maybe they will bring an end to this war are. Guess I’ll say goodbye to you both, and love you from the bottom of my heart.

Your Son,
“Chick”

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