Letters written by Charles Patrick Flanagan, Royal Flying Corps, item 5

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In The Field

8-11-'15


My Dear Agnes,

                            I am writing these few lines, firstly

because it is my duty to write to you, and secondly

to remind you that I am still pulling along

in the best of good health and good spirits.

    I suppose I need not tell you that I enjoyed

myself thoroughly and had the time of my

life while I was home on leave. I will never

forget the kindness I received and the attention

which was paid to me; how everybody did

their utmost to please me and gratify my

wishes, and I knew I was not worthy of such

attention. But I can only offer you all my most

sincere thanks

    Now let me try to describe to you the

dug-out which is my 24 Rathdown Rd., at

the 19th Siege Battery R.G.A. Well this dug-out

of mine is not really a dug-out at all. The

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In The Field

8-11-'15


My Dear Agnes,

                            I am writing these few lines, firstly

because it is my duty to write to you, and secondly

to remind you that I am still pulling along

in the best of good health and good spirits.

    I suppose I need not tell you that I enjoyed

myself thoroughly and had the time of my

life while I was home on leave. I will never

forget the kindness I received and the attention

which was paid to me; how everybody did

their utmost to please me and gratify my

wishes, and I knew I was not worthy of such

attention. But I can only offer you all my most

sincere thanks

    Now let me try to describe to you the

dug-out which is my 24 Rathdown Rd., at

the 19th Siege Battery R.G.A. Well this dug-out

of mine is not really a dug-out at all. The


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  • December 21, 2018 12:48:00 Stella Watkin

    In The Field

    8-11-'15


    My Dear Agnes,

                                I am writing these few lines, firstly

    because it is my duty to write to you, and secondly

    to remind you that I am still pulling along

    in the best of good health and good spirits.

        I suppose I need not tell you that I enjoyed

    myself thoroughly and had the time of my

    life while I was home on leave. I will never

    forget the kindness I received and the attention

    which was paid to me; how everybody did

    their utmost to please me and gratify my

    wishes, and I knew I was not worthy of such

    attention. But I can only offer you all my most

    sincere thanks

        Now let me try to describe to you the

    dug-out which is my 24 Rathdown Rd., at

    the 19th Siege Battery R.G.A. Well this dug-out

    of mine is not really a dug-out at all. The

  • December 21, 2018 11:53:36 Stella Watkin

    In The Field

    8-11-'15


    My Dear Agnes,

                                I am writing these few lines, firstly

    because it is my duty to write to you, and secondly

    to remind you that I am still pulling along

    in the best of good health and good spirits.

        I suppose I need not tell you that I enjoyed

    myself thoroughly and had the time of my

    life while I was home on leave. I will never

    forget the kindness I received and the attention

    which was paid to me; how everybody did

    their utmost to please me and gratify my

    wishes, and I knew I was not worthy of such

    attention. But I can only offer you all my most

    sincere thanks

        Now let me try to describe to you the

    dug-out which is my 24 Rathdown Rd., at

    the 19th Siege Battery R.G. A. Well this dug-out

    of mine is not really a dug-out at all. The


  • November 20, 2018 18:41:54 Meghan Bowyer

    In The Field

    8-11-'15


    My Dear Agnes,

                                I am writing these few lines, firstly because it is my duty to write to you, and secondly to remind you that I am still pulling along in the best of good health and good spirits.

        I suppose I need not tell you that I enjoyed myself thoroughly and had the time of my life while I was home on leave. I will never forget the kindness I received and the attention which was paid to me; how everybody did their utmost to please me and gratify my wishes, and I knew I was not worthy of such attention. But I can only offer you all my most sincere thanks

        Now let me try to describe to you the dug-out which is my 24 Rathdown Rd., at the 19th Siege Battery R.G. A. Well this dug-out of mine is not really a dug-out at all. The


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    Normandy, France

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November 8, 1915
  • English

  • Western Front




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