6 BROTHERS Documentary

A Story of Hope, Loss, and Perseverance on the Northern Plains

Feb. 4, 1945

From    37081749 Pfc. Henry Stenberg Co. A, 776th T.D. Bn. A.P.O. 758, %Postmaster New York, N.Y. France Feb. 4, 1945   To   Mr. & Mrs. Carl Stenberg Watford City, North Dakota   Dear Mother, Dad, and Brothers,   Well, how are you getting along? Just fine and dandy I hope. Thanks, for your letter Mother and Ray. Also for them pictures (sic) of you playing football. Just got a letter from...

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Jan. 28, 1945

From    37081749 Pfc. Henry Stenberg Co. A, 776th T.D. Bn. A.P.O. 758, %Postmaster New York, New York France Jan. 28, 1945   To   Mr. & Mrs. Carl Stenberg Watford City, North Dakota   Hello to each one of you,   First I want to thank you for your letters. Just got one from Cap, Mother, and Ray the one with the picture of you in it. You really looked good in that outfit. Yes, someday which I...

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Jan. 14, 1945

From    37081749 Pfc. Henry Stenberg Co. A, 776th T.D. Bn. A.P.O. 758, %Postmaster New York, N.Y. France Jan. 14, 1945   To   Mr. Arnold Stenberg Watford City, North Dakota   Hello Everybody,   Well, how are you getting along? Just fine I hope. I’m thankful I can still say I’m getting along alright. Just got your letter of Dec. 26th Mother. Thanks for it. Sure appreciate that you write so...

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Jan. 5, 1945

From    37081749 Pfc. Henry Stenberg Co. A, 776th T.D. Bn. A.P.O. 758, %Postmaster New York, New York France Jan. 5, 1945   To   Mr. & Mrs. Carl Stenberg Watford City, North Dakota   Hello Everybody,   Will drop you a few lines again today while I have the chance. How are you wintering? There is about two inches of snow on the ground here and I think it is about twenty above or so most of...

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Jan. 1, 1945

From    37081749 Pfc. Henry Stenberg Co. A, 776th T.D. Bn. A.P.O. 758, %Postmaster New York, N.Y. France Jan. 1, 1945   To   Mr. & Mrs. Carl Stenberg Watford City, North Dakota   Dear Folks,   Will write you a few words now, while I have the chance. Received that package from you Ray and Cap. Also got that letter of yours Ray with them (sic) pictures of your football team and all. They...

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Dec. 24, 1944

Somewhere in France Dec. 24, 1944   Hello Everybody,   First of all I want to thank you for your welcome letter of Dec. 3 Mother which I just received. Thanks, a million for the package. It got here in good shape. The candy and the peanuts were really good. Salted peanuts is one thing I always did like and home made candy always did taste better than any you can buy.   Yes, we got the chance to...

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