Advice for Brides

Around the world last week thousands of overseas brides of American soldiers waited for the day when they would sail for the U.S. In Australia were some 3,000 (and hundreds of babies); in New Zealand, 350. In Great Britain 2,000 have applied for entry to the U.S., and some 20,000 will apply as soon as their husbands, now fighting in the European Theater of Operations, head for home.

While they waited for travel permission or soldier husbands, those in Britain got some advice on how to act when they get to their new home. The advice, "A Bride's Guide to the...

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