Mathew J. Misiur World War Two Correspondence Collection

Authors

Document Type

Letter

Keywords

U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, postal service, postal stamp, correspondence, troops, family, father, daughter, women at home, post-war plans, homesickness, France, marriage, wife, husband, Red Cross stationery, Red Cross, Elizabeth, N.J., love, holiday, celebration, Uncle Sam, patriotic, sister, thoughts on the enemy, culture, morale, faith and religion

Publication Date

11-2-1944

Subject Terms

Mathew J. Misiur; Rosemarie Misiur; November 2, 1944; World War 1939 1945 United States. Personal Narratives; World War 1939 1945 War and civilization -- History -- 20th century. United States; World War 1939 1945 United States. Soldiers; World War 1939 1945 United States. Social life and customs 20th century; Nineteen Forties; World War 1939 1945 United States. Red Cross; World War 1939 1945 United States. Regimental histories. 100th Infantry Division. 397th Infantry Regiment; World War 1939 1945 France;

Summary

This collection contains 1 correspondence written by Mathew J. Misiur to his daughter Rosemarie on her birthday. This letter was written on November 2, 1944, during the Second World War. In the letter, Misiur talks about "Uncle Sam" and how much he loves and misses his family. Of interest is the way in which Misiur explains World War Two to his young child. He also talks about his leaving for war and how hard it was to say goodbye to his family.

Identifier

2015.114.w.r._ Misiur _worldwartwo_1944-11-02 _001

 
 

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