Letter Home – September 27, 1944

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19440927-Lscan-600Dear Mother & Dad

I guess this is the only way I have at the present time to catch up on my writing & that’s right to all of you. There is really little to write about. Things are going about the same. The weather is still miserable and it doesn’t look like it’s going to let up. The people say that it will start snowing in another month and the snow is all the way from 4 to 6 feet deep. Maybe the war will be over by then. Now that we have slowed down a little we are getting “B” rations. Today we are having steak and that’s good. I’m beginning to get tired of “spuds” cooked so many different ways, ha, ha. Have you heard any more news from Snook. We have only had about four or five male calls since we have been in France. Guess I had better call it quits and see if I can catch up on a few other letters. Goodbye and write.

Your Son,
“Chick”

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