1945 (Letters~ Historical Fiction)
I can't wait to see you after the war. They still haven't allowed me to take a combat role, but I'm sure you're glad to hear that. I know that you worry, but I want to serve my country, love. You are so strong for doing all that you are back home, and that's what I love about you. I'm sure the Axis can't keep up the fight for much longer. And I've been hearing fellow soldiers discuss the idea of an atomic bomb on the Japanese. It won't be long now. I'll see you when I'm back.
The fight still continues, and we are fighting as strong as we ever have. But I write now to tell you that I am currently in the infirmary. I crashed into an American plane and we both went down. The pilot of the American plane was a woman. She reminded me of you. I know people must die in war, but it's unfortunate. She had a letter, to someone named Eliza. Out of sorrow I took the letter. The address is written on it. In the military I have no way to get it to her. I can't mail to the United States from here. I think she deserves to read it. Enclosed with this is that letter. I'm sure you'd agree when I say it would be nice if you could mail it to her. Thank you, my dearest. I love you and I will see you when I'm home.