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1945 Apr. 4

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Thanking Ruth for sending news on people from home, and sending some of his own, including where friends are stationed and one, Kup, being a prisoner of war (POW). His life is mostly work, but he gets to see some movies and shows, so "things aren't too bad."

Ozer Family Papers

1945 Aug. 29

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Comments on the end of the war, and how the news, even though expected "left us numb with thankfulness and gratitude." Thanks Ruth for sending a photograph, and discusses all the "snaps" he as collected and also sent home. Thinks he may be home soon, and is looking forward to a grand reunion with the whole gang.

Ozer Family Papers

1945 May 28

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Sending more news on friends, including the happy news that Kup is no longer a prisoner of war, and was released and is back home.

Ozer Family Papers

1945 Aug. 9

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Sending lots of news on friends lives and where they are, while finding it strange that he is "the clearning house for info about the gang." He hopes for more information about how Ruth is doing next time. Mentions some movies, and notes that war news is encouraging, "with Russia in now and the Atomic bomb ... more

Ozer Family Papers

1945 June 18

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. He has been transfered to Headquarters Base K., Fiscal Office, and likes the work fine, although there is not much in terms of recreation besides movies. He heard from Kup, who has put back on some of the seventy pounds he lost as a prisoner of war. Abe does not think he will get a vacation soon, knows the ... more

Ozer Family Papers