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WWII memorabilia a treasure

I read with great interest Doug Clark’s article on Jill Chandler and her collection of WWII memorabilia. She has an absolute treasure in all the letters, photos and memories she has collected. I absolutely encourage her to write a book so we all can share in the things she so diligently acquired.

We must never forget the ugliness of war and the sacrifices made. Perhaps she could loan her collection to a local museum for all of us to see. Thank you again for the wonderful article.

Arlene Stromberger


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