Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 464

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come under that list. I would love

to come to England to be with you

again even if only for a few

months. Wouldn't it be glorious?

Still we are getting nearer to the 

end of the war & then instead of

months there may be years. I 

cannot say though that I can

discern many signs of an early

finish though there are many

optimists to be found all over

the country. Personally I think that

when the bad weather comes we

shall settled down for a winter

war - do all we can to upset

the enemy & get well forward with

the preparations for fighting on a

huge scale as early as possible

next year. How much longer the

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come under that list. I would love

to come to England to be with you

again even if only for a few

months. Wouldn't it be glorious?

Still we are getting nearer to the 

end of the war & then instead of

months there may be years. I 

cannot say though that I can

discern many signs of an early

finish though there are many

optimists to be found all over

the country. Personally I think that

when the bad weather comes we

shall settled down for a winter

war - do all we can to upset

the enemy & get well forward with

the preparations for fighting on a

huge scale as early as possible

next year. How much longer the


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  • December 23, 2018 14:01:11 Thomas A. Lingner

    come under that list. I would love

    to come to England to be with you

    again even if only for a few

    months. Wouldn't it be glorious?

    Still we are getting nearer to the 

    end of the war & then instead of

    months there may be years. I 

    cannot say though that I can

    discern many signs of an early

    finish though there are many

    optimists to be found all over

    the country. Personally I think that

    when the bad weather comes we

    shall settled down for a winter

    war - do all we can to upset

    the enemy & get well forward with

    the preparations for fighting on a

    huge scale as early as possible

    next year. How much longer the

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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September 16, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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