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Bad news from the winter World War II home front: infected knees

By the winter of 1944, at the age of fifty-four, my grandfather had spent the previous thirty winters shoveling coal and snow for up to 65 apartments. His body began to give out from the strain. This letter is the first in a series that documents the severe knee problems that plagued my grandfather during World War II, and the huge workload Grandpa's infected knee put on my grandmother.

2019-07-09T10:01:35-05:00March 14th, 2014|Letters of a WWII Airman|
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