Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 23

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a week or so. So far I personally

have had nothing more dangerous than

the shaking of the earth by bursting

shells and it is pleasant to hear

many of ours going back to answer

for each one they send from the

other side. My thoughts come to you

often my Beloved and I look forward

to the days when the war will be

over + I can come to you again 

I hope we may be spared for

each other + for Kenneth + we will

go off for a glorious holiday

together.  10.30 pm.

     I shall be going for a walk

round in a few minutes and

so had better finish this letter

      I am afraid there will be

intervals  between letters until

we get settled  into this way

of living but I must make up

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a week or so. So far I personally

have had nothing more dangerous than

the shaking of the earth by bursting

shells and it is pleasant to hear

many of ours going back to answer

for each one they send from the

other side. My thoughts come to you

often my Beloved and I look forward

to the days when the war will be

over + I can come to you again 

I hope we may be spared for

each other + for Kenneth + we will

go off for a glorious holiday

together.  10.30 pm.

     I shall be going for a walk

round in a few minutes and

so had better finish this letter

      I am afraid there will be

intervals  between letters until

we get settled  into this way

of living but I must make up


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  • December 3, 2018 16:02:11 Annick Rodriguez

    a week or so. So far I personally

    have had nothing more dangerous than

    the shaking of the earth by bursting

    shells and it is pleasant to hear

    many of ours going back to answer

    for each one they send from the

    other side. My thoughts come to you

    often my Beloved and I look forward

    to the days when the war will be

    over + I can come to you again 

    I hope we may be spared for

    each other + for Kenneth + we will

    go off for a glorious holiday

    together.  10.30 pm.

         I shall be going for a walk

    round in a few minutes and

    so had better finish this letter

          I am afraid there will be

    intervals  between letters until

    we get settled  into this way

    of living but I must make up

  • December 3, 2018 15:56:25 Annick Rodriguez

    a week or so. So far I personally

    have had nothing more dangerous than

    the shaking of the earth by bursting

    shells and it is pleasant to hear

    many of ours going back to answer

    for each one they send from the

    other side. My thoughts come to you

    often my Beloved and I look forward

    to the days when the war will be

    over + I can come to you again 


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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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5037 / 56265
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Kate Ward
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


March 8, 1917
  • English





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