Roger W. Haller Iraq War Correspondence Collection

Authors

Roger W. Haller

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Document Type

Letter

Keywords

U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, correspondence, National Guard, troops, postal service, postal stamp, Iraq, mother, son, family, culture, love, morale, post-war hopes, women at home, comradery, foreign occupation, recreation and entertainment

Publication Date

1-15-2007

Subject Terms

Command Sergeant Major Roger W. Haller; January 15, 2007; United States; Iraq War 2003 2011 United States. Regimental histories Maryland Army National Guard; Iraq War 2003 2011 United States. Personal Narratives; Iraq War 2003 2011 United States. Social conditions 21st century; Iraq War 2003 2011 United States. Social life and customs 21st century;

Identifier

2016.005.w.r._ Haller _iraqwar_2007-01-15_001

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