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1945 Feb.

Langland, Harold D.

V-mail from Harold D. Langland to Norma Langland

Somewhere on the Pacific - Have crossed the equator, meaning they are this time likely to cross the Pacific (unlike the first attempt).

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 22

Langland, Harold D.

V-mail from Harold D. Langland to Joseph Langland

Philippines - Sitting in his jungle foxhole with battle noise all around. Manila is as ruined as any city in the war. "Combat surely is a lot different from what I expected it to be but still is plenty rough at times and, although I haven't been in combat very long, I have helped me (first) to realize the supreme honor for the Emperor...."

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Mar. 19

Langland, Harold D.

V-mail from Harold D. Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Philippines - Wishes Judy would visit his father to raise spirits.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 21

Langland, Harold D.

V-mail from Harold D. Langland to Norma Langland

Philippines - Sitting in a foxhole writing. Glad to hear of Germany's surrender, "but from what we hear, the people in the States seem to think the war is over and that really gets the goat of we guys up here on the front lines fighting the Japs. Instead of starting to revert to peacetime we'd like to see the combined might of the Allies turned on the Japs with as much determination as ever so the w... more

Joseph Langland Papers