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Leslie Wright Jr. enlisted in the United States Signal Corps on September 15, 1941, serving as a 2nd Lieutenant, until he was honorably discharged on January 9, 1946. He was first stationed in Richmond-Upon-Thames in Southwest London, before being transferred to Grimsby, in North East Lincolnshire.
This diary details a wide array of subjects relevant to Wright’s personal life and his service with the United States Signal Corps. References are made to politics and pop culture in the early 1940s.
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World War II, diaries, 1940s, pop culture, politics
Military History | Political History | United States History
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Russell, Danielle. "Guide to MS-290: WWII Diary of Leslie Wright Jr., U.S. Signal Corps" (June 2022). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collections and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.