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U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, correspondence, troops, family, aunt, love, patriotism, comradery, V-Mail, postal service, post office, censor, Glendale, CA, housing, culture, morale, women at home, magazines, reading, radio, recreation and housing, recreation and entertainment, leisure, medical personnel, clothing, alcohol, landscape, invasion, tactics, homesickness, territorial forces, territory, public opinion, Italy, surrender
Franz DeVault; May 2, 1945; 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; Nineteen Forties; World War 1939 1945 United States -- Homefront; World War 1939 1945 United States -- Germany; World War 1939 1945 United States. Regimental histories. United States Army; World War 1939 1945 United States. Social life and customs 20th century; World War 1939 1945 United States. General Dwight D. Eisenhower; World War 1939 1945 United States. Italy;
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DeVault, Franz, "Franz DeVault World War Two Correspondence #2" (1945). Franz DeVault World War Two Correspondence Collection. 2.
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