John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War

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disobeyed where shot down I shot one myself and Killed him in the Evening we recieved Mail which had arrived in the Morning on the Kaudin and on the Yorktown (a Gunboat had 4 bdl. of Paper 1 Box Candy and 2 letters the Boys at the line will reciev theirs in the Morning just befor going to Bed there is heavy firing all along the line and Dewy and Utah Canons are making the whole Island shacke our Boys at Hospital are doing fine the Weathr is fine and the Moon shines bright Shaks are burning every where Febr 25 Saturday
large Fires could be seen burning every place most of them Shacks and firing was Kept up pretty steady to the right of the line where Montana and Nebraska Regt lay Dewys and Utahs Cannon done a good deal all Night but their wasnt much firing done through the day but the Sharpshooter are as thick as ever in the Woods but we dont pay much attention to them verry few are getting hit outr Ration are issued
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