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6 February1945
exact date of 06 of February 1945
day of the month 06 February 1945
calendar day - 02 of February year - 1945
month of Februarydecade of the 1940s.
1900s century


To: Miss Madonna Joan Bun
930 West Cugler Ave, Chicago 13, Illinois.


From: PVT. Pune R. Brooks 36991754 Co. A 70th I.T.B 18th I.T.R.
Camp Houze, Texas.


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Dear Darling

Received your two most welcomed letters last week and very sorry I neglected to answer the past two days Today is the warmest day weve had in weeks the suns shining very bright and no winds blowing at all Dretus mud to the co area Friday mid at seven oclock and woe my feet were sore We started back at five thirty and walked nineteen and seven tenths miles in that times and what I mean walked at a very fast pace We had a





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that was in my barracks got shot while on bivouac He was in the "German village" house to house fighting shot him in the stomach and died half an hour after arriving at the hospital two others were shot in the foot and leg It was a sad thing to see happen

All the orders have come though today for shipment to Fort Meade I will have some time before Thursday but I cant tell you the exact day "Government Orders" In other words Ill just get there in time for the Army





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occupation and that may mean years over there only I dont care just as long as I return Im sending crossed infantry rifles in this letter you can wear them on your coat

Thats if they get there in a good condition Well honey I havent much to write about and its supper time so will sign off Write soon


Love Verne

"ISALYD"
I SHALL ALWAYS LOVE YOU





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