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barracks, boredom, friendship, camaraderie, commerce, culture, faith and religion, family, food, gifts, health and sickness, holiday, homesickness, injury, loneliness, love, marriage, medical treatment, money, gambling, mother, motion pictures, movies, ocean travel, observation, personal stories, postal service, post-war hopes, racism, racial stereotyping, reading, books, recreation and entertainment, romance, fighting, seasickness, soldiers, souvenirs, Mother's day, tobacco, transportation, Camp Drake, USS Marine Lynx, Japan, Pacific Ocean
Boats, doctors, food, health, personal narratives, post-war planning, sailors, soldiers, stores, transportation,
Sedlacek, Albert J., "Albert J. Sedlacek Korean War Correspondence #1" (1953). Albert J. Sedlacek Korean War Correspondence. 1.
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