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Beany March 14th, 1944

War Time Blackout In London 1944

War Time Blackout In London 1944

“Dear Jean and Jerry,

Thank you for the nice letter, Jean. It was very enjoyable. Everything is still O.K. here and we are still training diligently for the big affair.

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Beany February 26th, 1944

Troops Playing Basketball, 1944

Troops Playing Basketball, 1944

“Dear Jean and Jerry,

I know mail isn’t as regular as before but there is hardly a thing worth writing about. Nothing changes from day to day but routine Army work and that is a hell of a subject.

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Beany February 5th, 1944

Stars And Stripes January 1944

Stars And Stripes January 1944

“Dear Jean and Jerry,

I guess you’ve been waiting for a letter-me too. I’ve only heard from you once and that was back from Dec. but a lot of our mail was sent to the wrong place so I hope some are on the way. I feel O.K. and everything is about the same.

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Beany January 18th, 1944

Nissen Huts For American Troops, Northern Ireland

Nissen Huts For American Troops, Northern Ireland

“Dear Jean and Jerry,

Milly’s letter came yesterday with the news about Dad passing away. I am badly shaken up about it and being so far away makes me feel so helpless to try to console everyone else. You at home no doubt have suffered the biggest burden and I know from Milly’s letter that all of you done everything in the best way you could.

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