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Airmail Letter
Postmark: 04/08/1944

Return Address:
Pvt. V. Misitano
Co. A. 350th Inf APO 88c
c/o Postmaster N.Y.

April 6, 1944
Italian Rest Camp

Dearest Mother,

    Just a few lines to let you know that I'm feeling fine and hoping that all at home are the same.

   I received the letter today that you had written on March 17 and am very glad to hear that Pauline is working in Altoona. I hope that she can keep your mind off worrying so much. And mother, please don't worry about anything, because I'm O.K. and there's nothing to worry about.

   I received a letter from Joe the other day and he says that he's O.K. so mother there isn't anything that you should worry about.

   There isn't anything else to say right now, so I'll close mother hoping that this letter finds you all in the best of health, and all my love to you mother dear, daddy, the kids and Pauline.

   Your loving Son,


Supplemental Notes, Quotes, and Anecdotes:

Declassified Headquarters Reports, 350th Infantry, April 1944:

April 11 - Regular training schedule. Inspection of area by regimental staff.

April 12 - Regular training schedule. Night patrolling.

April 13 - Two officers and 88 enlisted men received passes to Naples.

April 14 - Regular training schedule. Increase our batallion guard.

April 15 - Regimental training schedule and camp duties.


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