Collection consists of letters written to his former professor Harold Bradley while Clodius was in the service during World
War II; he was based in Florida and then Africa. Subjects include basic training, camp experiences, descriptions of fellow
soldiers including their dialects, observations of African peoples, an account of social activities of British soldiers, complaints
on inactivity, and trips to Egypt, Palestine, and Italy. He also comments on events at Stanford as related to him by Prof.
Albert Howard Clodius studied history at Stanford University before and after World War II. He later taught at Ventura College
and Northrop University in Southern California.
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