William Barlow letter, May 12, 1945

In letters written home between January and September 1945, William Barlow reflects on the differences he perceived between the Pacific and Ohio, and his concern for those he knew back home. He also discusses when he learned the war had ended, and comments on the Japanese enemy.
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Abstract/Description: In letters written home between January and September 1945, William Barlow reflects on the differences he perceived between the Pacific and Ohio, and his concern for those he knew back home. He also discusses when he learned the war had ended, and comments on the Japanese enemy.
Subject(s): Barlow, William
War, Soldiers, and Veterans
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Personal narratives, American
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American
Soldiers -- Correspondence
Military dependents -- Correspondence


1944-46, 1950-51