In the letter John describes the land, climate, and people of Belgium, where he is currently stationed; commends his mother's volunteer work in the influenza ward at Camp Sheridan; explains why he has not written as often as he should; alludes to...
In the letter John tells of his regiment's arrival in Germany, describing the land, climate, and people. He discusses the prevalent German attitude toward the American victors in the small towns they have visited: "As a conquering army, I think we...
In the letter John describes his regiment's hike from the front lines to the German city where the men are now stationed. He also gives details about accommodations, entertainment, and daily military activities; all is comfortable and safe but also...
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