My Great Uncle Albert who I never knew, item 17

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85, Arden Rd

Birchfields

March 21st/ 16

My Dear Brother/

Thank

you very much for your letter. Of

course I think just the same of you

& even if you are married it

wont make any difference to

your being my brother. I am

glad to hear that you love

your wife & I hope you will

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85, Arden Rd

Birchfields

March 21st/ 16

My Dear Brother/

Thank

you very much for your letter. Of

course I think just the same of you

& even if you are married it

wont make any difference to

your being my brother. I am

glad to hear that you love

your wife & I hope you will


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  • October 21, 2018 20:49:44 Sarika Jain

    85, Arden Rd

    Birchfields

    March 21st/ 16

    My Dear Brother/

    Thank

    you very much for your letter. Of

    course I think just the same of you

    & even if you are married it

    wont make any difference to

    your being my brother. I am

    glad to hear that you love

    your wife & I hope you will

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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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4315 / 51123
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http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Steve Brown
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March 21, 1916
  • English

  • Western Front

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



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