Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 415

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squaring up the camp. It rained

most of the journey yesterday but

fortunately was fine when we got

here. It was fine also this morning

but is showering now. I am

writing in the billet where we have

also secured a room for the

HdQrts Mess. We do not know

how long we shall be here - it

may be for a few days or it might 

possibly be a week or two. Anyhow

we shall be comfy as long as we

stay. I was glad to receive your

letters No 17 & 18 this afternoon. I 

got one from Thompsons also.

They say that the Rev Father is willing

to accept an assurance that we

will clear out on the 1st April

1918 & that they are doing nothing

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squaring up the camp. It rained

most of the journey yesterday but

fortunately was fine when we got

here. It was fine also this morning

but is showering now. I am

writing in the billet where we have

also secured a room for the

HdQrts Mess. We do not know

how long we shall be here - it

may be for a few days or it might 

possibly be a week or two. Anyhow

we shall be comfy as long as we

stay. I was glad to receive your

letters No 17 & 18 this afternoon. I 

got one from Thompsons also.

They say that the Rev Father is willing

to accept an assurance that we

will clear out on the 1st April

1918 & that they are doing nothing


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  • December 20, 2018 23:00:06 Thomas A. Lingner

    squaring up the camp. It rained

    most of the journey yesterday but

    fortunately was fine when we got

    here. It was fine also this morning

    but is showering now. I am

    writing in the billet where we have

    also secured a room for the

    HdQrts Mess. We do not know

    how long we shall be here - it

    may be for a few days or it might 

    possibly be a week or two. Anyhow

    we shall be comfy as long as we

    stay. I was glad to receive your

    letters No 17 & 18 this afternoon. I 

    got one from Thompsons also.

    They say that the Rev Father is willing

    to accept an assurance that we

    will clear out on the 1st April

    1918 & that they are doing nothing

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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5037 / 56788
Source
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Contributor
Kate Ward
License
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September 1, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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