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I stared at those words for some time. A few weeks later, Roz sent me a disc containing scans of the remaining letters exchanged between her parents. I spent a week lost in the reverie of discovery. The magnitude of information revealed in the letters was overwhelming. They also revealed the emotions and concerns of a young couple who, like thousands of others, had to put their life plans on hold because of the war.
He was required to complete 35 missions before he could return home. No pressure, just have a healthy one — boy or girl.
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I love you more than I can really express. When Uncle Bud died, I was told about it, of course, but I got few details and was considered too young to attend the funeral after his body was returned to the States in spring She would remove them from a circular powder box, and I would line them up in rows and move them around, driven by the desire to touch them and ponder what each of them signified.
Granny Perrin would sit at the other end of the table and occasionally tears trickled down her wrinkled cheeks. I have the medals now.
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I still keep them in the same box, which has lost none of the beautiful fragrance of powder. As time passed, our family talked about Uncle Bud less and less. I held on to a few vivid memories and treasured photos, and struggled silently with questions I was too afraid to ask.
How did he die? Was he shot?
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