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Schwartz, Warren Harold, 1914-1992; to Cous and Marcia

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09662.052 Author/Creator: Schwartz, Warren Harold, 1914-1992; Place Written: Fort Bragg, North Carolina Type: Letter signed Date: 28 July 1941 Pagination: 16 p. : envelope

Summary of Content: One letter addressed to Warren and Marcia Abrams from Warren Schwartz dated July 28, 1941. Pertains to training how to ride a motorcycle, updates on combat training and going out on cadre training. Schwartz explains that cadre training is meant for those who are likely to be deployed in war.

People: Schwartz, Warren Harold, 1914-1992
Abrams, Warren, fl. 1941-1944
Abrams, Marcia, fl. 1941-1944

Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: Soldiers and CiviliansJewish AmericansWorld War IISoldier's LetterMilitary ServiceMilitary TrainingRecreationDraftFamily

Sub Era: World War II

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