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Duty, Honor And A Loaf Of Bread: Portrait Of An American Family In World War Ii, 1944 1946

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390 pages
Published 2010 by Eagle's View
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Louise Leetch
Jul 24, 2010 Louise Leetch rated it it was amazing
Bill Waldron didn’t have to go to war. As the town baker, he was exempt. In the days before industrial bakers, the local bakery was the only source for bread and pastries. Still, he felt he should be contributing more, so he enlisted. The letters between Bill and his wife, Marge, which make up this book, give us a broad picture of the effects of the war. For security reasons, Marge’s missives to Europe didn’t survive as GI’s had to burn letters from home.

When Bill decided that he must go off to
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