My Great Uncle Albert who I never knew, item 4

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Dear Sisters,

                  Just a few lines hoping

you are going on alright at home,

I am pleased to hear you like your

broches, I do hope I shall be able to

see you all again when the War

is over, I have not been moved

yet but if I go tomorrow I will

let Mother & Father know, you need

not worry for I dare say I shall

get a  bit more training at the Base,

I thank you for your letters & don't 

forget the garden for I want you to 

have some roses. I think this is

all this time so I will close

                       2

with love to you good night & God

Bless you all. 

                            I Remain

                          Your Loving

                             Brother

                        xxx Albert

                        xxx

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Dear Sisters,

                  Just a few lines hoping

you are going on alright at home,

I am pleased to hear you like your

broches, I do hope I shall be able to

see you all again when the War

is over, I have not been moved

yet but if I go tomorrow I will

let Mother & Father know, you need

not worry for I dare say I shall

get a  bit more training at the Base,

I thank you for your letters & don't 

forget the garden for I want you to 

have some roses. I think this is

all this time so I will close

                       2

with love to you good night & God

Bless you all. 

                            I Remain

                          Your Loving

                             Brother

                        xxx Albert

                        xxx


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  • October 24, 2018 12:29:12 Sarika Jain

    Dear Sisters,

                      Just a few lines hoping

    you are going on alright at home,

    I am pleased to hear you like your

    broches, I do hope I shall be able to

    see you all again when the War

    is over, I have not been moved

    yet but if I go tomorrow I will

    let Mother & Father know, you need

    not worry for I dare say I shall

    get a  bit more training at the Base,

    I thank you for your letters & don't 

    forget the garden for I want you to 

    have some roses. I think this is

    all this time so I will close

                           2

    with love to you good night & God

    Bless you all. 

                                I Remain

                              Your Loving

                                 Brother

                            xxx Albert

                            xxx

  • January 23, 2018 12:22:09 Alison Boulton

    Dear Sisters,

                      Just a few lines hoping

    you are going on alright at home,

    I am pleased to hear you like your

    broches, I do hope I shall be able to

    see you all again when the War

    is over, I have not been moved

    yet but if I go tomorrow I will

    let Mother & Father know, you need

    not worry for I dare say I shall

    get a  bit more training at the Base,

    I thank you for your letters & don't 

    forget the garden for I want you to 

    have some roses. I think this is

    all this time so I will close

                           2

    with love to you good night & God

    Bless you all. 

                                I Remain

                              Your Loving

                                 Brother

                            xxx Albert

                            xxx


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    Starting in England and ending near Authuille Wood in France

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  • Story location Starting in England and ending near Authuille Wood in France


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  • English

  • Western Front

  • Artillery
  • Recruitment and Conscription
  • Remembrance
  • Tanks and Armoured Fighting Vehicles
  • Trench Life



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