A letter by Reverend James McCallum, written during the brutal beginning of Japanese occupation.
His last letter home before the attack on Pearl Harbor.
After coming across a letter Elizabeth Jane Kivell had written to a high school friend, wo mail-deprived ensigns in Europe, F. Nye Moses Jr. and Bill Wilhoit, took it upon themselves to correspond with her as well and engage in a little playful humor against the somber backdrop of war.
A 22-year-old army lieutenant writes to his brother with a somber account of V-E Day from the front lines.
When Frank J. Conwell was a child, wintry conditions meant frolicking outside in the snow. But in the frozen forests of the Ardennes, where Conwell served with the 1st Infantry Division’s 436th Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion, the conditions meant something else altogether.
A pilot's family waits for news of his safety.