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Letter 1918 from David Eichel to ____ Langman


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ground floor of our barracks. We had spent a rather expectant morning, for we had been worried of the Commision’s purported visit, and we were primed for the occasion. We were introduced before their august presence one by one. I can only give you a rather superficial insight to the affair since my description depends entirely upon my own personal experiences and impressions.

I was among the very last to be called. I entered and gazed at the solemn faces of the committee & officers. The [illegible word] recording clerk invited me to a seat. Directly in front of me I surmised sat Judge Mack since he seemed to be the central figure of the group. At his right in army uniform sat Major Stoddard and by a process of

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