| Background | 1st Letter Home | Training
at Croft | Hurricane |
Shipping Out | To Bastonge
| Battle of Bulge | News From
Home | Prisoners Captured | VE
Day | Still in Europe |
After that we got a lecture on insurance and allotments and saw a couple of uninteresting movies on Army administration. Then it was 8pm and we were dismissed. Lights out in the barracks at 9:30. I shaved and took a shower and came right up to write you this letter. Please excuse the handwriting because I am trying to finish in time and am in an awful position.
I miss you already honey and I love you more than anything else in the world. I better sign off because they are turning off the lights. I miss Helen a lot too honey. Give her a great big kiss and a hug for me. For you I have loads of hugs and kisses. Good night for now darling, until tomorrow.
I remain your loving