Wife of A WWII Veteran

(Posted: May 29, 2011)

This is a statement that I’ve read written by the wife of a WWII Veteran 50 years after he returned home. I believe that it tells volumes . . . . . .

“I married a kind, affectionate young man. I did not marry a soldier. The next day he got his draft papers. Four weeks later he was gone. Three years later the Air Force sent home a basket case. A bundle of nerves. He has been fighting the war ever since. I am ready for the war to end. I want my kind, caring, affectionate husband back.”

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