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Various [Collection of letters belonging to Norm Dujka dated 1963-1968][Decimalized .01-.21]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09751 Author/Creator: Various Place Written: s.l. Type: Header Record Date: 1963-1968 Pagination: 21 items

Collection consists of 20 letters addressed to Norm Dujka and one newspaper clipping dated 1963-1968. Correspondence is from Anthony J. Stugis and George Czerwonka. Both friends from Chicago serving in the military on different bases. Content of their letters is related to training before flying out to Vietnam. One letter briefly mentions the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Vietnam War was a conflict dated 1955-1975 taking place in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. In the late 1960s to end of war there was an immense opposition of U.S. involvement in Vietnam.

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