This fourth volume of Albert Southwicks war letters takes us to the end of the war. Young naval aviation pilot Albert, w 24 years old, writes home from Florida (Jacksonville), Kansas (Hutchinson), Illiis (Chicago), Washington (Seattle and Whidbey Island), Oregon (Grants Pass) and Alaska (the Aleutian Islands: Shemya, Attu and Kodiak). This last volume of WWII letters includes over 55 images. Font size: 14 points.
Local historian Albert B. Southwick of Leicester, Massachusetts, was a long-time journalist and chief editorial writer of the Worcester (MA) Telegram & Evening Gazette, and still pens a weekly column for the Worcester Telegram in his retirement years. This prolific wordsmith is the author of twenty books as well as two librettos.