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Letters To Jefferson, Part III July 8, 2016

Filed under: 1940s,Culture,High School,History,Nostalgia,Vintage — kerbey @ 6:23 am
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Today I share the last letter in this series, from a teen soldier who recounts his memories when he was in high school only the year prior, visiting wounded soldiers before he became one himself.

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5 Responses to “Letters To Jefferson, Part III”

  1. Paul Says:

    Now that is what I call growing up fast. One Christmas visiting soldiers with a school group and the next wishing a lasting peace for humanity.

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  2. Benson Says:

    Another powerful letter from our past. We should always remember.

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  3. Brett Says:

    That letter s somewhat poignant. Thanks for posting it (and the others as well).

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