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Letter 1918 from David Eichel to ____ Langman


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My dear Mr. Langman:

You are probably speculating as to what is happening to me. Strange to say, I have’nt been transferred yet altho I feel that we are to be moved from camp any day.

On June 18 [?] 2 o’clock in the afternoon the War [illegible word] newly appointed commission consisting of Major Stoddard of Crowders Office, Dean Stone of Columbia Law School & Judge Mack, came to held their “inquest” at this camp. Major Gen. Bill was actively present while the Colonel of the Depot Brigade and officers of lesser rank came as silent spectators. The examination was held on the

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