World War II;Rudolph Alexander Bigda
Capt. R. A. Bigda
1582 QM BN
APO #636 % PM NY. NY.
Bryant Service Club
Rhode Island U.S.A.
24 Nov. ‘44
It certainly was nice to receive a X mas package of candy from you today. I have been wondering just what was going on back there for the past several months, though in so much as I haven’t received one solitary bit of news for ages. I certainly would like to know what my old classmates are doing and where they’re stationed, so if you possibly can let me know, I’d appreciate it immensely.
I’m still stationed here in England and it’s just about a year now since I left the good old states. You will notice that my address is different, though, than the one carried in your files – it would expedite my mail if you would kindly make the change.
Not too much of anything new or exciting that you people back home don’t read about. V1’s and V2’s but one gets used to that stuff, believe it or not. With sincere thanks I’ll close, but hope to hear from you all again and soon.
“Rudy” Bigda [Transcription ends]