Letter To Brimley Analysis

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Another letter Alston wrote to Brimley was from September third, 1918, he writes about praising black soldiers and their fight against the Germans. Alston wrote to Brimley that, "Everything is moveing [sic] fine over here so far I think we have Fritz on the run, thanks to the good work of the people back home, and I hope we can keep him on the go until we can get a strangle holt [hold] on him, and then God help him. I want to see some German towns completely destroyed as I have seen the French. " Furthermore, Peter Nelson who wrote A More Unbending Battle highlights German fear with a letter to Emmett Scott from a black war correspondent Ralph W. Tyler. The letter recognizes that any interactions American officers or soldiers had with German
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