Diary of Clarence Deal, a member of the 720th Bombardment Squard of the 15th Air Force of the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. His unit served in the Mediterranean during the war. Diary includes a list of address of Deal's friends and officers, diary entries that note major events throughout the course of Deal's enlistment, and his service records. There are also two photographs of unidentified soldiers. Deal may have been the nose gunner in a B-24 Liberator heavy bomber.
Bound volume, brown binding with eagle and American flag on cover. Manufactured journal with pre-printed sections, first two pages read: Lest We Forget "United We Stand" and "Life In The Service" "Echoes of the Army" by...
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