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World War, 1939-1945; Letter writing; United States. Army
Davis took the Foreign Service Exam on the 19th and 20th, he says it was difficult and nothing will probably come from it. He says he still has not heard about his Civilian Military Government application Davis says that one person in Ingolstadt heard back from the Civilian Military Government and it was a refusal.
T/5 Robert D Davis 18107121
G237, Co. F, 3rd MGR
% Pm. N. Y.
X am at Oberammergau
U.S. ARMY POSTAL SERVICE
9 NOV 27 1945
Mrs. R. L. Davis
23 November 1945
I took the exam on the 19th and 20th for the State Dept. It was very hard, and probably nothing will come of it. We will probably hear from it in December some time. So far I haven’t heard from my Civilian job offer, so one can assume it will be refused. RT they howl about not getting any application and then of at the same time they turn down the ones they got as fast as they come in. That’s that army. We sent in 10 applications. The only one we heard from was a refusal.
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