WW II War Letters

Alton "Oz" Grobbel, Private, US Army

V-Mail letter written on 23 June 1945 from somewhere in the western Pacific Theater


To:
Mr. Clement Grobbel
8166 Dale Avenue E.
Center Line, Michigan

From:
Pvt. A.C. Grobbel 36487856
Casual Co. #8, 2nd Platoon
A.P.O. #21125 c/o Postmaster
San Francisco, Calif.

Saturday Evening
June 23, 1945

Dear Dad,

Still pretty slow at writing letters, aren't I? As to where I am, well of course that's a great big secret, in fact I don't even know where the hell I am. Been slowly getting over my seasickness, almost feel like a sailor. Vince and Bob won't have too much over on me as there's plenty of salt in me. What's the latest news around town? Have you heard from Vince or Bob lately? Boy, I sure could stand one of those shots we had that day when Mr. Thomas was over, remember? By the way, did they hear anything about Bill? How's Mom and all the kids? Say hello for me, will you Dad? Have a heck of a lot to tell you but I can't. When I get back home and soon (I hope), we'll have a good old bull session, with whiskey, OK? Running out of space, have to sign off.

Alton



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