Letter Home – June 12, 1944

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19440612-Lscan-600Dear Mother & Dad

Still have very little to say, or I should say nothing to write about. The censors here have been pretty strict on what you can say in a letter. One of these day they will lift the restriction and then I will have plenty to write about. Many things have happened lately as you have already read in the papers. I received my company’s stars to day, so I am including them in this letter. Tell everyone hello and that I am still quite busy. I will write to all of you soon. Put the stars on my campaign ribbon. Just push them through the center of the ribbon & fasten them down. Goodbye and I love you both.

Lots of love
Your Son,

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