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Japanese War Bride III
The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
c. 1954
Japanese and English
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    A rough translation of the wife's speech: "Hello everybody, how are you? As you can see, we are in good health. This afternoon (?) came to shoot us to be on TV, so I thought I'd just show furniture. Soon we are going to buy a brand new car for John. There is nothing we are lacking, so do not worry. Please send my regards to the neighbors. Small John is as usual making a lot of mischief. He doesn't want to come in once he goes outside, so I'm having trouble... Today is windy out, but inside the house it is warm and comfortable. It is my regret that I can't eat sushi. I will write a letter again, so that is it for today. Good bye."