Jackson, Charles E.
Disgusted: "There are men getting out of the army on claims that are ridiculous. We sure are in a position to see all those things and I have come to the conclusion that [I] have done my part and think that [I] should have a chance for a release." Anger over release orders and people playing the game: saw Calvin Coolidge's name in the newspaper and wonders whether he might do something to get Jackson a release. When their duties cease, they are likely to be sent to the occupation army and he would like to see Germany.