Jack P. Bell Second World War correspondence
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October, 1944; 1944; United States; New York, N.Y.; Elyria, Ohio; army; soldiers; troops; signal corps; correspondence; V-mail; postal service; infantry; wife; husband; women at home; women; love; romance; censorship; automobiles; transportation; Englad; English; money; economy; finances; budget
Jack P. Bell; October 27, 1944; World War, 1939 - 1945; World War II; World War Two; United States; War and Civilization -- History -- 20th Century; United States. Army; United States. Army. 78th Infantry Division; United States. Regimental histories 78th Signal Company; United States. Regimental histories 78th Infantry Division; Elyria (Ohio) -- History -- 20th Century; Women - History - 20th Century; Nineteen Forties; World War, 1939 -- 1945 -- Soldiers; World War, 1939 -- 1945 -- Women; World War, 1939 -- 1945 -- Economic Aspects; War - Economic Aspects - England
Bell, Jack P., "1944-10-27, Jack to Evabel" (1944). Jack P. Bell Second World War correspondence. 410.
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