September 23, 1944

Although the alarm sounded, the musician of the sky was actually playing its music elsewhere today. How big were the casualties of both sides in the raids yesterday and the other day? After releasing conflicting figures, the local press adopted the data given by Tokyo, which had more precise information on what was happening here...

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10 May 1942

-- On detail at Stotsenburg -- Didn't get to buy a thing due to misconduct of soldiers beyond my control. Returned to Camp at 6 -- General and Colonels left in Am. Rumors thick & fat on my return. None sound possible. W.O. Anderson died -- 32 others.

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December 12, 1941

The next morning Dorothy drove me to the Army and Navy Club where I was to meet the truck. Then came our first parting. Dorothy was trying not to cry, and I, with a lump in my throat and trying to keep my voice from quivering, was trying to cheer her up. That was a..

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Manila P.I. Dec. 8-41

December 8 -- Upon appearing for breakfast at our comfortable? (Little did we realize at the time luxury in which we were living) Genl Luna Ora I was presented with a copt of the Bulletin flaunting large headlines of the attack on Pearl Harbor & announcing that US & Japan were at war. This should..

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January 3, 1938 Monday

  Went to O'Donnell to see the road and determine its suitability for the maneuver. Stopped at Dau and looked over the fishponds. Went to Hdqrs Ft. Stotsenburg to find out if there were any orders or changes re maneuver. Met Maj. Price Cav. who was at Riley with me. Met Col Daugherty 26th Cav...

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