33rd Day, Jan. 28, 1945

We are now in Honolulu—about 4 a.m. It’s Sunday again. Here we are met by two fine young American officers—Lt. Knuze and Lt. Johnson. We eat our breakfast at the officers club—orange juice, waffles and coffee—all hot—a great breakfast. We are in Hickam field—a beautiful place—being lodged in a good house with bath and other..

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32nd Day, Jan. 28, 1945

At Kwajalein, Marshall group, early this morning. Airplanes all over the place. I feel great to be here—another place that a few months ago was a Jap possession. Their communal graves show that their authority has disappeared. It’s being fixed up well. Maj. Done, its CO, is very cordial and hospitable. He drives us all..

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January 28, 1945

[Separate sheet dated] Jan. 28th Tho’ I am weak today, I feel rested and completely peaceful -I went to Confession last night & to Communion this morning - I saw Jose Ossario and know that if I die Dorita & the children will be sent back by the 1st boat and will be taken care of - It..

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28th of January 1945

When we came up out of our basement yesterday afternoon everything looked the same as usual except that there were fewer people on the streets. But the raid was heavier than we thought. Considerable damage and many casualties (a thousand, they say, mostly office people) were caused in the very heart of the business district...

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Jan. 28, 1945

Yamato brought in a piano, of all things, and it stands by the front gate. It is a big help to the children’s rhythm band. Yamato asked Mrs. Greer to play him the “Moonlight Sonata” under the moon tonight, and she retorted, “I told you I didn’t want a piano. You go trade it for..

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