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1946-1-18 pg. 1




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1946-1-18 pg. 1

Jan. 18, 1946 - He received a letter after the family had Christmas together. His mother broke her arm. He's heard his boat to return home will arrive on Sun., so he should be home in a month or so, going into Fort Dix. His package of books arrived home, but their package to him did not arrive. He moved from the university to the air strip & live in "quonset huts". He talks about the Korean uprising, that no one got hurt, but they had to do KP as their "Gooks" were gone. Some go hunting in the snow. Korean girls work in the office who can read English, but can't speak it, so they joked about it. He sent oranges home previously and they arrived OK.


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