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Letter from Mrs. Frank Gooch, New Orleans, to Sgt. Frank Gooch, 2628th Hospital Section from 14 February 1944 : Correspondence 1944.
Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital, 2019.
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World War, 1939-1945
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Description: Mrs. Frank Gooch, New Orleans, to Sgt. Frank Gooch, 2628th Hospital Section. Asking him to be her valentine; receiving news of his stomach trouble; anecdote of Marine being injured on train and suing railroad; sick of being a "war widow"; asking him to tell her where he is in Europe; looking for an apartment in New Orleans; living without hot water; asking him to write soon. Also included transcription of New Orleans Times Picayune article on invitation of next-of-kin of prisoners of war to meet recently returned American POWs where they discussed the discharge point system and bombs dropped on American POWs traveling on German railroads.
Reproduction of: Letter from Mrs. Frank Gooch, New Orleans, to Sgt. Frank Gooch, 2628th Hospital Section from 14 February 1944 14-Feb-44.
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The National WWII Museum
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Description based on online resource (viewed on June 12, 2019).
America in World War Two.
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