This collection consists of 1 carbon copy letter from Bob [no last name] (USMM) to his family, during World War II. The letter is dated September 11, 1944 and includes a photocopy of the same letter.
In this correspondence, Bob expresses his worry and concern for a possible lack of public support, for a continued war effort in the Pacific, after the upcoming victory in Europe. He also discusses his admiration of the Marines, still stationed in the Pacific Theater and urges a renewed effort to support and supply these men.
Of interest is Bob's description of Japanese soldiers and their fanatical resolve to fight the U.S. Marines.
1944 - 1944
Carbon copy is in poor condition and has been folded and torn.
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[Item title], Bob [no last name] World War Two correspondence (2014.008.w.r), Center for American War Letters, Chapman University, CA. http://chapman.lyrasistechnology.org/repositories/4/resources/208 Accessed December 12, 2017.