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'Like He Came Back to Me': WWII Mail Received 76 Years Later

WOBURN, Mass. — A letter sent from a U.S. soldier stationed in Germany to his mother in Massachusetts has been delivered 76 years after it was sent. Army Sgt. John Gonsalves, 22 at the time, wrote to his mother in Woburn in December 1945 after the official end of WWII, WFXT-TV reported. The letter would sit unopened for more than 75 years before being found in a U.S. Postal Service distribution facility in Pittsburgh. "Dear, Mom. Received another letter from you today and was happy to hear that everything is more


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'Like He Came Back to Me': WWII Mail Received 76 Years Later

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