Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 3/26/2015
Written letters have always been a significant part of war. Soldiers write to keep a grasp on the real world, to connect with a loved one, or to simply document their daily lives.
With the conclusion of WWI, after 4 years of fighting and 16 million deaths, German and US forces agreed to withdraw all troops from the battlefield. Shortly thereafter, a young LT names Lewis Plush wrote home to his parents to tell of his experiences.