Friday, October 15, 1943

We are working on the barracks—I truly believe that some transfer, including you, will take place within the near future, six weeks or less. I love you, Darling. If there's anything worth doing well in this world it's to love and adore you, my darling little wife for the rest of my days. I am..

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Wednesday, October 6, 1943

Darling I've never lost track of the months, almost five of them. There's a possibility that things may begin to percolate soon. No rain today for a change—the truck arrived with wire for the barracks and I guess other materials are available for the completion of 10 of them. I really hope and expect I'll..

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Wednesday, September 8, 1943

The kitchen has been reorganized and the chow has improved, not so much in content as preparation. Still beans or rice at noon but omelet, potato salad, rice and tea tonight. There's still nothing being done about the barracks and I'm more convinced with every passing day that your arrival will not be soon if..

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Sunday, September 5, 1943

Not much new since Thursday—the camp kitchen has moved to the new barracks kitchen, John, Rus, Dan Hume and Jack Chapman were notified yesterday that they were to be repatriated. Sort of silly to call it repatriation in Chapman's case, he's never been to the States. Some of the boys, particularly those with families in..

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