Gone but never forgotten., item 6

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her. Well Ena, your brother

may be coming home some

of these days as an officer

then you will be able to

tell your teacher of that, as

our names have been taken

so we shall have to wait

and see. Up to now we have

got on very well with the

French people, only I wish I

could talk French, you will

have to tell your teacher to

start learning French at

school, then I will start again

in Miss Sleigh's class. All this

time tell them to keep smiling

and Hope for the Best.


Your Loving

Brother

Ernest,

XXXX

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her. Well Ena, your brother

may be coming home some

of these days as an officer

then you will be able to

tell your teacher of that, as

our names have been taken

so we shall have to wait

and see. Up to now we have

got on very well with the

French people, only I wish I

could talk French, you will

have to tell your teacher to

start learning French at

school, then I will start again

in Miss Sleigh's class. All this

time tell them to keep smiling

and Hope for the Best.


Your Loving

Brother

Ernest,

XXXX


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  • October 26, 2018 22:22:17 Sarika Jain

    her. Well Ena, your brother

    may be coming home some

    of these days as an officer

    then you will be able to

    tell your teacher of that, as

    our names have been taken

    so we shall have to wait

    and see. Up to now we have

    got on very well with the

    French people, only I wish I

    could talk French, you will

    have to tell your teacher to

    start learning French at

    school, then I will start again

    in Miss Sleigh's class. All this

    time tell them to keep smiling

    and Hope for the Best.


    Your Loving

    Brother

    Ernest,

    XXXX

  • October 26, 2018 22:18:19 Sarika Jain

    her. Well Eva, your brother

    may be coming home some

    of these days as an officer

    then you will be able to

    tell your teacher of that, as

    our names have been taken

    so we shall have to wait

    and see. Up to now we have

    got on very well with the

    French people, only I wish I

    could talk French, you will

    have to tell your teacher to

    start learning French at

    school, then I will start again

    in Miss Sleigh's class. All this

    time tell them to keep smiling

    and Hope for the Best.


    Your Loving

    Brother

    Ernest,

    XXXX


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    Westminster, London

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  • Story location Westminster, London


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Contributor
Elaine Mabin
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