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World war 1939 1945; assignment; children; culture; death, defeat; education; family; fear; gifts; legal matters; love; morality; mother; father; niece; nephew; patriotism; personal stories; philanthropy; prayer; speech; soldiers; women at home
World war 1939 1945; casualties; children; Patriotic Societies; Personal Narratives; Social life and customs; Social conditions 20th century; soldiers; Nationalism; Nineteen forties; Patriotism
Hecht, Frederick, "1942-09-01, Frederick to Marie" (1942). Frederick Hecht Second World War Correspondence Collection. 3.
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