Patton crosses the Moselle

Friday, Nov.10, 1944

We’re still basking in Roosevelt’s win. Mommy wrote today, “I am so happy about it that it makes the sun shine brighter all day. I guess Mom’s laryngitis is the price she had to pay for swinging Connecticut into the Democratic column. Wasn’t it worth it, Ma? People all over the world will be grateful to you for what you did.” While we were all preoccupied with the election, Patton’s Army crossed the Moselle.

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