Letters from Thomas Noonan to home from the front

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P.S Remember me

to Bill Nicholl (signature...) .     

The Citadel

Cairo

May 17th 1915

Dear Mother & Father,

Just a few lines to

let you know I am in the best of health,

and trust you are all well at home.

My wound is nearly alright now. I

am walking around, so I expect to

be sent back to the firing line before

long.

   I suppose you a have read in the

papers about our landing in Gallipoli.

When we got near the beach we

jumped out of the boats and charged


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P.S Remember me

to Bill Nicholl (signature...) .     

The Citadel

Cairo

May 17th 1915

Dear Mother & Father,

Just a few lines to

let you know I am in the best of health,

and trust you are all well at home.

My wound is nearly alright now. I

am walking around, so I expect to

be sent back to the firing line before

long.

   I suppose you a have read in the

papers about our landing in Gallipoli.

When we got near the beach we

jumped out of the boats and charged



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  • November 19, 2017 05:30:42 Paivi Tenhunen

    P.S Remember me

    to Bill Nicholl (signature...) .     

    The Citadel

    Cairo

    May 17th 1915

    Dear Mother & Father,

    Just a few lines to

    let you know I am in the best of health,

    and trust you are all well at home.

    My wound is nearly alright now. I

    am walking around, so I expect to

    be sent back to the firing line before

    long.

       I suppose you a have read in the

    papers about our landing in Gallipoli.

    When we got near the beach we

    jumped out of the boats and charged



  • December 5, 2016 11:16:43 Jake Warren

    P.S Remember me

    to Bill Nicholl (signature...) .     

    The Giladel...

    Cairo

    May 17th 1915

    Dear Mother & Father,

    Just a few lines to

    let you know I am in the best of health,

    and trust you are all well at home.

    My wound is nearly alright now. I

    am walking around, and expected to

    be sent back to the firing line before

    long.

       I suppose you a have read in the

    papers about our landing in Gallipoli.

    When we got near the beach we

    jumped out of the boats and charged



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4436 / 51891
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Michael Noonan, Ballybuy, Murroe, Co. Limerick
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


May 17, 1915 – May 17, 1915
  • English

  • Gallipoli Front

  • AIF
  • Artillery
  • Medical
  • Transport
  • Trench Life



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