Letter to Miss Doris from Francis "Zeke" Zebrowski
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This is a letter from Francis "Zeke" Zebrowski to Miss Doris Bell on December 11th. The year is not known, but he says he is grateful for the news of his friends from back at school. He also mentions the desolate nature of the Pacific Front and how he is often separated from the outside world.
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