4 letters addressed to Harold Mandel from his family and girlfriend. Harold Mandel served in World War II with the Army's Air Force 78th AAFB with Squadron C-1. One of his brother's, David Mandel also served in the Army Air Force as an Officer (Lieutenant). One of his letters is from Langley Air Field, Virginia. The family was Jewish and David Mandel was held as a prisoner of war for a brief period in 1945. (source, NARA.gov)
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