WORLD WAR II - Letters Back Home
"I will be glad to look up articles and send them to the family of the men mentioned [below]. I will copy the article before I mail it to them, and then keep a list of who I mail to, that away, if anyone else wants a copy later on I can supply it and another address and name for them to contact."
Lt. Joseph Malek - Boys accustomed to work in field everlasting 'argument' goes on.
Lt. Joe Malek - May chase the enemy back into Texas
Lt. John Dibala - "I had date with congo dancer," flyer says. Or "I took out grass skirt"
Lt. John Dibala - Lt. Diabala meets Major Maroul in India and his boots finally arrive
Capt. Joseph Malek - Looking forward to returning home. Five years, maybe six is a long time.
Lt. John J. Dibala - At least we have fresh eggs now and then
Lt. John Dibala - "I would really get sore at Hitler and never speak to him anymore"
Lt. Henry Chovanec (of near Fayetteville, Texas)-Texas flier spotted Japs -
Lt. Henry Chovanec again mowed 'em down
Sgt. Oscar Rosenauer - Italians had no heart to fight their equipment obsolete
Corporal Wm. H. Havel (Wharton, formerly of Shiner, Tex-With the boys in service
Pfc. Adolph Bannert (of El Campo)
Adrian Farr - This is what we are fighting for
Alvin Meyer - letter from India, March 31
Donald Whyman, of Edna and Conrad Leos Ranienez "Cornbread" of Edna and Erwin Franklin of Edna
Pfc. Lee Hammonds, Mike Gregurek and Walter Witcher -3 local boys are together in England
Cpl. L. V. Blahutta - letter
Letter from Syl, from somewhere in Australia 1943
Pfc. Clement Simicek - Boy it was Hell! Brains scattered, couple bullets went thru my back!
Sgt. Simicek - No more fighting or sleeping I fox holes
Sgt. Simicek- another letter
Pfc. Sylvester Simicek
Lt. Matilda Janak wrote sister in Halletsville
Letters from Emil and Anton Machycek
Letter from Joe Olsovsky
Letter from Adolph Vyvial
Pfc. Leon Stropek - Stropek writes from India
Cpl. Jodie Petrash meets with Sgy Syl. Liberda in Germany
Letter from Clem Simicek
Letter from Pvt. Richard Pohl
Letter from Pvt. Felix Guettler
Letter from Pvt. Rudie Wagner
Letter from Cpl. Oscar A. Rosenauer
Letter from Albert W. Pokluda
Letter from John Kovar
Article about Pfc. Elo Sklar, wounded is first Lavaca Soldier to return from France
Three Ganado boys meet in port "somewhere in the South Pacific" mentions Y /
C Werner Stavinoha, S K / 1 C Donald Whyman, Frankie Gala
Letter from Leo Hoelscher and his desire to forget about doughnuts
Lt. John Dibala - Arid in "Uncle Joe's Chariot"
Sailor Ervin Franklin - Plent hot here
Capt. Charles Malec led first group of our fortresses out of England
Letter from Pfc. Florin B. Bartos
Flyer for Air-Plane rides-tail spin, loop-the-loop, barrel-roll, Salt and peper, etc. Anything you want in the way of an Airplane Ride. Come out and take a ride! Cheap rates!
Funeral today for T-Sgt Wilkerson
Ganado Tribune 4 pages will do look ups from this date Thursday, June 29, 1944,
Has Staff Sergeant Raymond Sablatura is killed in action on Invasion Day over England
No author - Soldiers don't forget