Friday, February 12, 2010
About Letter 188
Bill writes from the comforts of a house. With continued good war news he opines that "I can't see how or why these Jerries manage to hang on. Evidently they believe their own propaganda and think that if we capture them we will slit their throats." Bill is in the last stages of a lingering cold and adds that the only thing that seems to cure his coughing spells is "a cigarette-strangely enough."