During the Korean War, Hardeman served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army. In the letter he describes leaving the United States with his regiment: "Baby, I just got up to take a look, last look for a while, at the U.S.A. faiding [sic] away in the fog....
During the Korean War, Hardeman served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army. In the letter he discusses the behavior of his fellow soldiers at Camp Drake in Japan. Against orders, many of the men have been sneaking away at night and hiring prostitutes in...
During the Korean War, Hardeman served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army. In the letter he explains that most of his company will be transferred to the 3rd Battalion. He also mentions African American soldiers, referring to the integration of the...
In the letter DeWitt gives details about the death of Julius Frank Hardeman, the son of Mrs. Neigels. He also encloses a photograph of the patch Hardeman wore. DeWitt and Hardeman had served together in the U.S. Army in Korea. A transcript of the...
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