The story of privates Jim Asquith and Percy Fillingham during the war, item 5

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A.A. Hospital No. 1, Harefield, Midsex. 

Carte Postale

29.11.16


...left page

CORRESPONDANCE

Dear Dad & All  

This place the

clothiers Hall, Lashun

a beautiful building

as you can see. 

But is now a mass

of ruins.  We passed

right along this street

on our way to the trenches

& out again.  Best love

from Jim


...right page

Dear

Mr Geo Asquith

Bolton

Gleb St

Rochdale

Sydney

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A.A. Hospital No. 1, Harefield, Midsex. 

Carte Postale

29.11.16


...left page

CORRESPONDANCE

Dear Dad & All  

This place the

clothiers Hall, Lashun

a beautiful building

as you can see. 

But is now a mass

of ruins.  We passed

right along this street

on our way to the trenches

& out again.  Best love

from Jim


...right page

Dear

Mr Geo Asquith

Bolton

Gleb St

Rochdale

Sydney


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  • October 9, 2018 21:51:01 Sam Blickhan

    A.A. Hospital No. 1, Harefield, Midsex. 

    Carte Postale

    29.11.16


    ...left page

    CORRESPONDANCE

    Dear Dad & All  

    This place the

    clothiers Hall, Lashun

    a beautiful building

    as you can see. 

    But is now a mass

    of ruins.  We passed

    right along this street

    on our way to the trenches

    & out again.  Best love

    from Jim


    ...right page

    Dear

    Mr Geo Asquith

    Bolton

    Gleb St

    Rochdale

    Sydney


  • April 30, 2018 16:55:28 Maureen Wilkins

    Postcard from Jim Asquith.  Top of postcard has A.A. Hospital No. 1, Harefield, Midsex.  dated 29.11.16

    Dear Dad & All,  This place the clothiers Hall, Lashum? a beautiful building as you can see.  But is now a mass of ruins.  We passed right along this street on our way to the trenches & out again.  Best love from Jim.


    Addressed to: Mr Geo Asquith, Bolton, Gleb St Rochdale Sydney

    No stamp on card.


  • April 28, 2018 19:07:39 Maureen Wilkins

    Postcard from Jim Asquith.  Top of postcard has A.A. Hospital No. 1, Harefield, Midsex.  dated 29.11.16

    Dear Dad & All,  This place the clothius? Hall, Lashum? a beautiful building as you can see.  But is now a mass of ruins.  We passed right along this street on our way to the trenches & out again.  Best love from Jim.


    Addressed to: Mr Geo? Asquith, Bolton, Geleb? Street, Rochdale Sydney

    No stamp on card.


  • April 28, 2018 19:05:32 Maureen Wilkins

    Postcard from Jim Asquith.  Top of postcard has A.A. Hospital CV3 1, Harefield, Midsex.  dated 29.11.16

    Dear Dad & All,  This place the clothius? Hall, Lashum? a beautiful building as you can see.  But is now a mass of ruins.  We passed right along this street on our way to the trenches & out again.  Best love from Jim.


    Addressed to: Mr Geo? Asquith, Bolton, Geleb? Street, Rochdale Sydney

    No stamp on card.


  • January 23, 2018 15:14:13 Shirley Foster

    Postcard from Jim Asquith.  Top of postcard has A.A. Hospital CV3 1, Harefield, Midsex.  dated 29.11.16

    Dear Dad & All,  This place the clothius? Hall, Lashum? a beautiful building as you can see.  But is now a mass of ruins.  We passed right along this street on our way to the trenches & out again.  Best Wishes from Jim.


    Addressed to: Mr Geo? Asquith, Bolton, Geleb? Street, Rochdale Sydney

    No stamp on card.


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  • 51.60314||-0.484045||

    Harefield

  • -33.8688197||151.2092955||

    Bolton

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  • Additional document location Bolton
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November 29, 1916 – November 29, 1916
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