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1943 Ad General Electric Mazda Lamps Light WWII Army Soldier Writing Letter LF4

1943 Ad General Electric Mazda Lamps Light WWII Army Soldier Writing Letter LF4

A soldier reads a letter from home.

scooteraz: “ A German soldier reads a letter from home,. ” I can’t imagine what a joy it would have been for these guys to receive a letter from home. I know how excited I get when I see a letter.

British soldier writes a letter home during the First World War

Letters from hell soaked in blood and tears: At the outbreak of war, the Daily Mail invited readers to send in letters for publication, the response was overwhelming

Cecile Cowdery drew on the envelopes of letters to her husband during WW2 ‘After my first colorful envelope arrived, Ray let me know it had drawn a lot of attention from the other soldiers’.

Cecile Cowdery drew on the envelopes of letters to her husband during ‘After my first colorful envelope arrived, Ray let me know it had drawn a lot of attention from the other soldiers’.

oner......../s.o.p.

oner......../s.o.p.

50 Surprising Photos From The Past That Show How Different Life Used To Be - A tiny puppy sleeping comfortably between Russian soldiers. (1945)

Exhausted russian soldiers sleeping with puppy in liberated Prague at the end of the World War II. Prague, May

35 years after the fall: The Vietnam War in pictures- slideshow - slide - 16 - NBCNews.com

35 years after the fall: The Vietnam War in pictures

A soldier of the US Seventh Marines carrying a little puppy in his pocket after rescuing it during an operation southwest of Da Nang in Vietnam, January 1968 (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

letters from home #WWII....Typical of pictures in the papers and magazines

Letters from home. This man is reading a letter from home, considering that home is more than a couple of miles away. This image is influential because it can show people to have joy even when the time period is unsettling. Image from WWII, Holocaust.

An artilleryman with the post for his battery; near Aveluy, September 1916

Letters from hell soaked in blood and tears: At the outbreak of war, the Daily Mail invited readers to send in letters for publication, the response was overwhelming

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