Letters from a Boy Soldier

Toward the end of 1943, Warren was barely eighteen years old when he could finally join in the fight against the Nazis. He was youngest of three boys who grew up in logging country in the Pacific Northwest, Inland Empire, of Eastern Washington. See the life of a simple young corporal as he trudges through Europe, in Patton’s army, (70th Infantry Division, 2nd Bn HQ Co 274th Infantry - "the Trailblazers") through his letters to his folks back home.

--Melinda M. Widgren



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