|LC Classifications||D829.G7 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||43000641|
I bought the book because an old family friend is among the soldiers with a letter in this book. The letters make for fascinating reading, after which you sort of gulp and read the italicized copy hoping to find that THIS soldier did not die in action. Too many did. I was surprised to find that the more recent letters (Vietnam and Gulf War Cited by: Comrades in Arms: The letters of Frank Cocker, a soldier in the Great War by Simkin, David Book condition: Very Good Book Description. A Letter For A Soldier For the past, the present and the future soldier. You deserve honor, respect, and love. You deserve a letter reminding you just how important you are to our country. Serving our country is no easy task. Once you have signed over your life to keep me safe you are a hero in my book. You are my hero and everyone else Author: Ella Madden. My father entered the United States Army in December of and the text for these postings are the letters he sent to my grandparents from early though My intent is to update this blog weekly and at that rate I will be able to share the three-years of correspondence within a single year. The prose is plain and the content reveals the pace of a soldier's life.
LETTERS OF A SOLDIER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. me two Pair of Linen Stockings for I have had two Pair Stole The Rest are all wore out I Did not Receive in Your Last Letter to me what I Expected but hope to in the next Dear maddam I Rejoice that I am able to acquaint you that I Enjoy a good State of Health & god be Praised our Company is. 9. A sincere thank you. via opgrat “Dear hero, My name is Lucy. I am 10 years old. and play the string bass. I sincerely thank you for your service to our country. I know you risk your life in an effort to protect our rights. Thank you.” This will definitely put a smile on their faces! via pinimg “Dear soldier: Thank you for. Every Operation Gratitude Care Package includes a bundle of letters from the American people, thanking Troops, Veterans, New Recruits, or Wounded Heroes and their Caregivers for their service to our country. Care Package recipients tell us these letters, notes, and drawings are . Letters were addressed and written on a special one-sided form, sent to Washington where they were opened and read by army censors who blacked out anything the though might give useful information.
Among the most heartbreaking war letters are those written by soldiers who have been mortally wounded and realize that their life is ebbing away. John Ross Wallar volunteered to serve as a drummer boy in the Civil War when he was only 15 years old. He was shot in the leg and languished in a . Don't blame me! There are over a million members of the United States Military! Even if I don't know you, you are someone's friend, brother, sister, daughter, father, aunt, or neighbor. You are so much more than just a soldier, but the title of "soldier" is another label that Author: Andrea Huebner. One soldier, in the American Civil War, wrote to his mother: 'Rest assured my death shall not be that of a wicked coward, but that of a God-fearing Patriot if I am to perish in the cause. Comrades in Arms by W. E. Johns is an anthology of short stories which was first published in by Hodder and Stoughton with a later edition in The title page of the book carries the subtitle: "Stories of 'Biggles' of the R.A.F., 'Worrals' of the W.A.A.F. and 'King' of the Commandoes".