WWII soldier’s letter to mother delivered nearly eight decades late

The Washington Examiner

After nearly eight decades, a World War II soldier’s letter was finally delivered.

World War II had ended three months prior when Army Sgt. John Gonsalves wrote to his mother in December 1945 while still stationed in Bad Orb, Germany, “I’ll be seeing you soon, I hope.”


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