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19 September1943
exact date of 19 of September 1943
day of the month 19 September 1943
calendar day - 09 of September year - 1943
month of Septemberdecade of the 1940s.
1900s century


To: Miss Margie Krumpleman
Box 168 R.R.#4, Buttermilk Rd., Erlanger, Kentucky USA.


From: Cpl Jrs Joe E Lehman (35633019) 400th MPEJ Co.
Prisoner of War Camp, Hereford Texas, USA.


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Dear Margie

Received your letter of the th today Was very glad to hear from you Thought perhaps one of those service men you meet over at Coney Island had kidnapped you or something I guess you are pretty busy working though Most everyone is these days Well Im pretty happy today The "old man" told me yesterday that I could have my furlough the nd of October SO weeks from today I should be at home Boy am I going to have time Have been looking forward to it for a long time Now that I can go Im afraid that something will turn up that will prevent me from going Havent done anything much lately and nothing has happened so I dont know what to write

Im on CQ Charge of Quarters today si I have quite a bit of time Im frequently interrupted telephones and stuff so if I make some mistakes youll know the reason why Our prisoners are behaving very well so there inst anything to tell there They seems to be pretty well contented I cant blame them either They dont have to work get the best of food a good place to sleep etc Sometimes I think Im on the wrong side of the fence Were having a bit of a dust storm here today I sure will be gald to get back to good old Ohio and get away from some of this dust We keep all the doors and windows closed but you cant keep it out Id heard a lot about these storms but Id never expect to see one They sure are awful

Well thats all I know Its not much I know In fact I never know anything This is a heck of a place to learn anything so I guess Ill remain ignorant for the duration Or at least as long as Im here Will close for now More later Tell your folks I said "Hello" and write when you can

Your Cousin
Joe






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