Letters to Wilma will trace the path of a WWII Army doctor from training on Cape Cod, to landing D-Day plus 6 in Normandy, and concluding 1400 miles later in Leipzig, Germany. Greg's path included the Battle of the Bulge and the liberation of the slave labor camp at Nordhausen, with the 438th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion. Wilma became his wife, and I their fourth child.
The Route of the Question Mark recounts the journey of the Headquarters and Headquarters Battery of the 438th AntiAircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion (Mobile) from its beginning until its end. The record was dedicated to Harold "Happy" Collins and
was dated 6 June 1945. It was printed and distributed in Leipzig,
The booklet was printed on 8-1/2 x 14 paper, folded, and stapled at the fold. Excerpts will appear in the letters on corresponding dates, and pages will be added here as they occur. At the end is a roster. After the Front Cover and Forward, scans were converted to black and white for easier reading.