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28 July1945
exact date of 28 of July 1945
day of the month 28 July 1945
calendar day - 07 of July year - 1945
month of Julydecade of the 1940s.
1900s century


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


From: PFC H A. Diamond # 32662580 Co 47th inf
APO 9 Germany.


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Dear Sis Marge

I just came FF guard and decided Id better answer a few your most welcomed letter Im glad I was on guard for a change You see there was a real big inspection today Id rather have guard any time

Theres plenty of cleaning of equipment and quarters That where we are getting housemaids knee and dishpan hands Well be complete wrecks We just had one terrific rain storm It came down in buckets






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Im sorry to hear that your Dances for Democracy scheme didnt pan out so good I hope youll be able to get something working Glad to see you getting some summer sport in Supose you too are trying to get a tan I cant say that I blame you " " Sis I knew you meant for me to request something and Id do anything to please you

You believe that dont you Well you see Im not sure of staying here or any other place So a package may get lost again SO please dont feel





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if I don write for something I l keep it in mint though and if I do get settled I l please you Okay Today we saw "Saratago Trunk" Its my fourth time It the first time in two weeks We did get to see Jack Benny and Hal McJutyce Hal was really good We like his "Sentimental fousy" It a " " We also like "Good Night Sweet Frances" That a beautiful song Well Marge it time to hit the hay Okay

So long for now
As ever
Tom






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