Category Archives: WWII

Frank Delos Tyrrell Oct 6 1944. Somewhere in Europe

Somewhere???? 6 Oct 44 Dear Sis: I received your package to-day. It has been so long since I have had a good cigar that I smoked Tommy’s first so I would enjoy it more. Midge keeps me pretty well posted … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell, 8 Sept 44

8 Sept 44 Dear Sis: Just got your letter, dated Aug 10, to-day. If you don’t send them air mail they certainly come slow. I don’t have a swastika to send you but here is the color patch from a … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell, 22 July 44

22 July 44 Dear Sis, Geo and Kids: Just a note to let you know I am still OK. Things get a little rough now and then, but I think we have seen about as tough going as we can … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell, 2 July 44

2 July 44 Dear Sis & family: Just a note to let you know I am OK. Although I have opened more cans since I left France than I ever opened in my life before. We get good rations, cigarettes, … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell March 1945. Somewhere in Germany

Somewhere in Germany 1 March 45 Dear Sis Just a note to let you know I am OK. As you can see I am somewhere in Germany again after a damn hot time in a very cold Belgium. Fortunately the … Continue reading

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