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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 11, 1944

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these men to all classes + responsible for their presence at all + every formation. Can, if need be - give extra duty to those who fail to perform their duties etc. I think this measure will be an absolute last resort on my part as I would be ashamed of myself if I could not swing a man around on the right foot by talking to him.

They run this place like a cadet military academy or somewhat similarly.

This is an added burden for the men so appointed, as we are here to learn the same as the other men, but it is a honor to all of us I am sure. This training is fairly hard + demanding but I am rapidly getting into good condition.

If I don't get some mail next week - am going to go see the post mail officer or whatever they call it + find out what the hell is holding up my mail if I have any.

How's mom + dad? Have you been shaving dad or won't he let you? What have you been doing and everything? Did you get the flowers? I have asked that a couple of times before I know - am not looking for a thank you - I want to know if or not you got them. And incidentally, I love you awful much. Forgive me if any part of this letter sounds owly - I don't want or intend it to be - just getting a little slappy about trying to figure out why I don't get any mail.

Nothing much to tell so will close

All my love,

Kenje

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