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49.

to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

regulated by the bath superintendent. The  money  was collected

by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

the station  perhaps  3/4 mile away.

I was in this camp from Aug 1915 to Dec 14th 1916. And during

that time had two commandants.  The first was a wounded

Col: , col: von  Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

think he would have been alright but he was  clearly sent

again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

dead of all nations. He was succeded by an ancient  warrior

of the   70  war with a breast of medals of that period. He had

an  enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He  trembled

like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wore for  ... 

a  mixture of  mufti & uniform, the  mufti  predominating.

At times it was only a field service cap. He was a merchant

by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

his usual policy was "laisez faire".

All the time I was there, then was a  Feld    lieutenant

named  Caiper . I have seldom seen a man  deteriate  eriorate is eriate  more

than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

he was a more or less alert soldier. He was engaged to the

daughter of the    Cau....   Lady. However he had many Lady

loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

It was a practical certainty if he took appel that he

would met have noticed if 20  officers had been  deficient.

We had a selection of  lieutenants but these did not begin

to come till the spring of 1916.




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49.

to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

regulated by the bath superintendent. The  money  was collected

by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

the station  perhaps  3/4 mile away.

I was in this camp from Aug 1915 to Dec 14th 1916. And during

that time had two commandants.  The first was a wounded

Col: , col: von  Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

think he would have been alright but he was  clearly sent

again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

dead of all nations. He was succeded by an ancient  warrior

of the   70  war with a breast of medals of that period. He had

an  enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He  trembled

like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wore for  ... 

a  mixture of  mufti & uniform, the  mufti  predominating.

At times it was only a field service cap. He was a merchant

by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

his usual policy was "laisez faire".

All the time I was there, then was a  Feld    lieutenant

named  Caiper . I have seldom seen a man  deteriate  eriorate is eriate  more

than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

he was a more or less alert soldier. He was engaged to the

daughter of the    Cau....   Lady. However he had many Lady

loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

It was a practical certainty if he took appel that he

would met have noticed if 20  officers had been  deficient.

We had a selection of  lieutenants but these did not begin

to come till the spring of 1916.





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  • June 22, 2017 18:57:04 Sami Rustom

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent. The  money  was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station  perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1915 to Dec 14th 1916. And during

    that time had two commandants.  The first was a wounded

    Col: , col: von  Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

    think he would have been alright but he was  clearly sent

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeded by an ancient  warrior

    of the   70  war with a breast of medals of that period. He had

    an  enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He  trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wore for  ... 

    a  mixture of  mufti & uniform, the  mufti  predominating.

    At times it was only a field service cap. He was a merchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laisez faire".

    All the time I was there, then was a  Feld    lieutenant

    named  Caiper . I have seldom seen a man  deteriate  eriorate is eriate  more

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a more or less alert soldier. He was engaged to the

    daughter of the    Cau....   Lady. However he had many Lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a practical certainty if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  officers had been  deficient.

    We had a selection of  lieutenants but these did not begin

    to come till the spring of 1916.




  • June 22, 2017 18:40:26 Annick Rodriguez

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.   The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  14th..1916. And during

    that time had two commandants  The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shor [insert] t [/insert[ ly sent

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeeded by an ancient warrior

    of the  70  war with a  breast  of medals of that period. He had

    an enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angry. He wore for preference

    a mixture of  mufti  & uniform, the mufti  predominating .

    At times it was only a field service cap. He was a merchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laissez faire ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feldwebel Lieutenant

    named Caiper . I have seldom seen a man deteriate [insert] eriorate [/insert]more

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a more or less  alert soldier. He was engaged  to the

    daughter  of the Canteen  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a practiical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20 officers  had been deficient

    We had a selection of lieutenants  but there did not begin

    to come till the spring of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:38:36 Annick Rodriguez

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.   The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  14th..1916. And during

    that time had two commandants  The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shor [insert] t [/insert[ ly sent

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeeded by an ancient warrior

    of the  70  war with a  breast  of medals of that period. He had

    an enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angry. He wore for preference

    a mixture of  mufti  & uniform, the mufti  predominating .

    At times it was only a field service cap. He was a merchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laissez faire ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feldwebel Lieutenant

    named Caiper . I have seldom seen a man deteriate [insert] eriorate [/insert]more

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or  ...  alert soldier. He was  ...  to the

     ...  of the  ...  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  ...  had been  ... 

    We had a selection of  ...  but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:36:33 Annick Rodriguez

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.   The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  14th..1916. And during

    that time had two commandants  The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shor [insert] t [/insert[ ly sent

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeeded by an ancient warrior

    of the  70  war with a  breast  of medals of that period. He had

    an enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angry. He wore for preference

    a mixture of  mufti  & uniform, the mufti  predominating .

    At times it was only a field service  cofs . He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was " laisy faine ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld  ...  ... 

    named  Caiper . I have  ...  seen a man  det  man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or  ...  alert soldier. He was  ...  to the

     ...  of the  ...  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  ...  had been  ... 

    We had a selection of  ...  but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:35:43 Annick Rodriguez

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.   The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  14th..1916. And during

    that time had two commandants  The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the front. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shor [insert] t [/insert[ ly sent

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeeded by an ancient warrior

    of the  70  war with a  breast  of medals of that period. He had

    an enormous corporation & white side whiskers . He trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He won for  ... 

    a  ...  of  multi  & uniform, the  multi   per ammiating .

    At times it was only a field service  cofs . He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was " laisy faine ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld  ...  ... 

    named  Caiper . I have  ...  seen a man  det  man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or  ...  alert soldier. He was  ...  to the

     ...  of the  ...  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  ...  had been  ... 

    We had a selection of  ...  but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:33:19 Annick Rodriguez

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.   The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  14th..1916. And during

    that time had two commandants  The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the fornt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was  ...   ... 

    again on ac.... service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an  ancient  warrior

    of the  to  war with a  branch  of  ...  of that period. He had

    an  ...  corporation & white side  wlkes . He  ... 

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He won for  ... 

    a  ...  of  multi  & uniform, the  multi   per ammiating .

    At times it was only a field service  cofs . He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was " laisy faine ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld  ...  ... 

    named  Caiper . I have  ...  seen a man  det  man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or  ...  alert soldier. He was  ...  to the

     ...  of the  ...  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  ...  had been  ... 

    We had a selection of  ...  but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:32:39 Annick Rodriguez

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.   The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  ... 1916. And during

    that time had two command  ...  The first was a wounded

    Col: , col:van ...heim. He had been at the fornt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was  ...   ... 

    again on ac.... service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an  ancient  warrior

    of the  to  war with a  branch  of  ...  of that period. He had

    an  ...  corporation & white side  wlkes . He  ... 

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He won for  ... 

    a  ...  of  multi  & uniform, the  multi   per ammiating .

    At times it was only a field service  cofs . He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was " laisy faine ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld  ...  ... 

    named  Caiper . I have  ...  seen a man  det  man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or  ...  alert soldier. He was  ...  to the

     ...  of the  ...  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  ...  had been  ... 

    We had a selection of  ...  but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:30:45 Sami Rustom

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath  ...  The  ...  was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station  ...  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  ... 1916. And during

    that time had two command  ...  The first was a wounded

    Col: , col:van ...heim. He had been at the fornt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was  ...   ... 

    again on ac.... service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an  ancient  warrior

    of the  to  war with a  branch  of  ...  of that period. He had

    an  ...  corporation & white side  wlkes . He  ... 

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He won for  ... 

    a  ...  of  multi  & uniform, the  multi   per ammiating .

    At times it was only a field service  cofs . He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was " laisy faine ".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld  ...  ... 

    named  Caiper . I have  ...  seen a man  det  man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or  ...  alert soldier. He was  ...  to the

     ...  of the  ...  lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20  ...  had been  ... 

    We had a selection of  ...  but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:30:43 Annick Rodriguez

     up to the roof, and locks it by a  padlock- after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The  temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.  The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps 3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to Dec  14th..1916. and during

    that time had two commandants. The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the fronnt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shot[insert] t [/insert] ly snt

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeeded by an ancient warrior

    of the 70  war with a breast of medals of that period. He had

    an enormous corporation & white side whiskers.  He trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angry. He wore for preference

    a mixture of mufti & uniform, the mufti predominating.

    At times it was only a field service cap. He was a merchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laissez faire".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feldwebel Lieutenant

    round Caiper. I have seldom seen a man deteriate [insert] eriorate [/insert]more

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a more or less alert soldier. He was engaged to the

    daughter of the Canteen lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I came away.

    It was a practical certainty if he took appel that he

    would not have noticed if 20 officers had been deficient

    We had a .... of ... but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:24:44 Annick Rodriguez

     up to the roof, and locks it by a  padlock- after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The  temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.  The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps 3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to Dec  14th..1916. and during

    that time had two commandants. The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the fronnt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shot[insert] t [/insert] ly snt

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. He was succeeded by an ancient warrior

    of the 70  war with a breast of medals of that period. He had

    an enormous corporation & white side whiskers.  He trembled

    like a jelly fish when he was angry. He wore for preference

    a mixture of multi & uniform, the multi per ammiating.

    At times it was only a field service cofe. He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laisy faine".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld.... ...

    round caifer. I have .... seen a man det.... man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or .... alert soldier. He was ... to the

    .... of the ... lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I cam away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20 ... had been ....

    We had a .... of ... but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:23:54 Sami Rustom

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath  ...  The  ...  was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station  ...  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  ... 1916. And during

    that time had two command  ...  The first was a wounded

    Col: , col:van ...heim. He had been at the fornt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was  ...   ... 

    again on ac.... service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a  long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an  ancient  warrior

    of the  to  war with a  branch  of  ...  of that period. He had

    an  ...  carpesation & white side wlkes. He ...

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wond for ....

    a ..... of multi & uniform, the multi per ammiating.

    At times it was only a field service cofe. He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laisy faine".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld.... ...

    round caifer. I have .... seen a man det.... man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or .... alert soldier. He was ... to the

    .... of the ... lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I cam away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20 ... had been ....

    We had a .... of ... but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:22:02 Annick Rodriguez

     up to the roof, and locks it by a  padlock- after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The  temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath superintendent.  The money was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station perhaps 3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to Dec  14th..1916. and during

    that time had two commandants. The first was a wounded

    Col: , Col: Von Stutenheim. He had been at the fronnt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was shot[insert] t [/insert] ly snt

    again on active service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a long speech & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an ancient warrior

    of the to war with a branch of ... of that period. He had

    an .... carpesation & white side wlkes. He ...

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wond for ....

    a ..... of multi & uniform, the multi per ammiating.

    At times it was only a field service cofe. He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laisy faine".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld.... ...

    round caifer. I have .... seen a man det.... man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or .... alert soldier. He was ... to the

    .... of the ... lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I cam away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20 ... had been ....

    We had a .... of ... but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:19:48 Sami Rustom

    49.

    to the roof, and lock it by a  padlock - after his work he

    can have a hot bath. The temperature of the water was

    regulated by the bath  ...  The  ...  was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station  ...  3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to 14th Dec  ... 1916. And during

    that time had two command .... The ... was a wounded

    Col: , col:van ...heim. He had been at the fornt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was .... sort

    again on ac.... service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a .... ..... & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an ancient warrior

    of the to war with a branch of ... of that period. He had

    an .... carpesation & white side wlkes. He ...

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wond for ....

    a ..... of multi & uniform, the multi per ammiating.

    At times it was only a field service cofe. He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laisy faine".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld.... ...

    round caifer. I have .... seen a man det.... man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or .... alert soldier. He was ... to the

    .... of the ... lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I cam away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20 ... had been ....

    We had a .... of ... but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





  • June 22, 2017 18:12:53 Sami Rustom

    to the roof, and lock it by a  pad  lock - after his work

    he can have a hot bath. The ..... of the water was

    regulated by the bath ..... The ... was collected

    by an N.C.O. not only did one get a bath but also a walk

    and change of scene. It was on the way to the town near

    the station .... 3/4 mile away.

    I was in this camp from Aug 1415 to Dec  ... 1916. and during

    that time had two command .... The ... was a wounded

    Col: , col:van ...heim. He had been at the fornt. I

    think he would have been alright but he was .... sort

    again on ac.... service. He was fond of talking on appel.

    He started with a .... ..... & asked us all to salute the

    dead of all nations. Ge was succeded by an ancient warrior

    of the to war with a branch of ... of that period. He had

    an .... carpesation & white side wlkes. He ...

    like a jelly fish when he was angery. He wond for ....

    a ..... of multi & uniform, the multi per ammiating.

    At times it was only a field service cofe. He was a marchant

    by trade & I think on the whole was a bad man - But

    his usual policy was "laisy faine".

    All the time I was there, then was a Feld.... ...

    round caifer. I have .... seen a man det.... man

    than he did during the 18 months I was there. Originally

    he was a man or .... alert soldier. He was ... to the

    .... of the ... lady. However he had many lady

    loves. Drink also he was fond of. At the time I cam away.

    It was a perachical activity if he took appel that he

    would met have noticed if 20 ... had been ....

    We had a .... of ... but there did not begin

    to come till the begnning of 1916.





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    Toby Backhouse
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    • English

    • Western Front

    • Prisoners of War



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