Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 66

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gets warmer but I'll let you know

about that in time. Now to attempt

to answer yours of the 23rd. I got

your parcel - sorry if I did not let 

you know. Three in all now. No

the trench socks I meant are a 

greyish wool, treated with oil &

are almost a stocking. Manfields

sell them I believe - but don't bother

now - the bad weather should be

over soon. I think I got all your

letters & very welcome they are too

The country here looks much better 

but the villages are beyond even the 

description of a "Daily Mail" correspondent

I'll try & look up Clayton, but he is

not in my company. It is quite easy

not to get news for two weeks but 

I know the lad is all right so far

No we don't - or rather didn't scrap for

the chair the GC Coy took it as a 

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d

gets warmer but I'll let you know

about that in time. Now to attempt

to answer yours of the 23rd. I got

your parcel - sorry if I did not let 

you know. Three in all now. No

the trench socks I meant are a 

greyish wool, treated with oil &

are almost a stocking. Manfields

sell them I believe - but don't bother

now - the bad weather should be

over soon. I think I got all your

letters & very welcome they are too

The country here looks much better 

but the villages are beyond even the 

description of a "Daily Mail" correspondent

I'll try & look up Clayton, but he is

not in my company. It is quite easy

not to get news for two weeks but 

I know the lad is all right so far

No we don't - or rather didn't scrap for

the chair the GC Coy took it as a 


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  • December 7, 2018 21:14:29 Thomas A. Lingner

    d

    gets warmer but I'll let you know

    about that in time. Now to attempt

    to answer yours of the 23rd. I got

    your parcel - sorry if I did not let 

    you know. Three in all now. No

    the trench socks I meant are a 

    greyish wool, treated with oil &

    are almost a stocking. Manfields

    sell them I believe - but don't bother

    now - the bad weather should be

    over soon. I think I got all your

    letters & very welcome they are too

    The country here looks much better 

    but the villages are beyond even the 

    description of a "Daily Mail" correspondent

    I'll try & look up Clayton, but he is

    not in my company. It is quite easy

    not to get news for two weeks but 

    I know the lad is all right so far

    No we don't - or rather didn't scrap for

    the chair the GC Coy took it as a 

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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March 31, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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