My Parents' WWII Correspondence

I have just completed reading my parents' World War II correspondence from 1943-1945 and thought it was time to share them through our Common Threads blog. My parents, Etta and Charles Cohen, lived in Troy, New York. I feel so lucky to have access to these letters and other carefully kept Stars & Stripes newspapers, programs from USO shows, opera, etc. informational army documents from Camp Crowder to what to expect when you return to civilian life, etc. Here is some information about his time in France and a few of his thoughts from his letters. From his Honorable Discharge: Zeyda was in Company B of the # 3112 Signal Service Battalion. His specialty was repeater man telephone # 187. He qu

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