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Go to Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, February 20, 1945. item page

Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, February 20, 1945. Manley notes that he and a German prisoner of war made pineapple turnovers.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, February 23, 1945. Manley notes at the end of fifteen weeks, he will get a furlough. Then he might go to Officer Training School.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, February 24, 1945. Manley notes that Worthington should expect him home in May, unless he goes to Officer Training School.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, February 25, 1945. Manley describes I.R.T.C. As well as O.C.S. and the amount of time each takes.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, February 26, 1945. Manley notes that he and Worthington have been together for eighteen months. He also notes that the mail service is slow at Camp Atterbury.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 04, 1945. Manley notes that he is writing the letter from one of five USO Clubs in Anniston.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 04, 1945. Manley notes that he has come back from the bus station where he tries to call Worthington. He is also at the USO Club.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 05, 1945. Manley notes that tomorrow he will have a gas mask drill and will have to go through a gas chamber as training.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 06, 1945. Manley explains gas mask training, as well as the effects of tear gas. He spends the rest of his afternoon doing drill marching, battle tactics, and calisthenics.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 07, 1945. Manley notes that he marched nine miles that day with a full field pack, rifle, and other items.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 08, 1945. Manley notes that he had one of his wisdom teeth removed.
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Letter to Jean Worthington by Edward "Ned" Manley, March 09, 1945. Manley notes that he has received a postcard and a letter from Worthington.
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