Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 534

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a change won't it? I have still

last winter's underclothing with

me so for the time being I don't 

need any more. If I can leave

inside a month it won't be

worth while sending out anything.

It is pretty cold now but I have

quite enough on to keep warm.

Yesterday was the first day I wore

a cardigan. Yes you told me

you were staying until the end of

the month. Yes it will be just

lovely to have leave & be together again

for even a few day - far better than

many letters. Tell Kenneth I am

sorry my telephone won't speak 

to his. Oh yes I couldn't let Sally 

go nor Lailer (my groom) either. She will

be mine as long as I am with

the Regiment & she keeps fit

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a change won't it? I have still

last winter's underclothing with

me so for the time being I don't 

need any more. If I can leave

inside a month it won't be

worth while sending out anything.

It is pretty cold now but I have

quite enough on to keep warm.

Yesterday was the first day I wore

a cardigan. Yes you told me

you were staying until the end of

the month. Yes it will be just

lovely to have leave & be together again

for even a few day - far better than

many letters. Tell Kenneth I am

sorry my telephone won't speak 

to his. Oh yes I couldn't let Sally 

go nor Lailer (my groom) either. She will

be mine as long as I am with

the Regiment & she keeps fit


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  • December 29, 2018 03:10:46 Thomas A. Lingner

    a change won't it? I have still

    last winter's underclothing with

    me so for the time being I don't 

    need any more. If I can leave

    inside a month it won't be

    worth while sending out anything.

    It is pretty cold now but I have

    quite enough on to keep warm.

    Yesterday was the first day I wore

    a cardigan. Yes you told me

    you were staying until the end of

    the month. Yes it will be just

    lovely to have leave & be together again

    for even a few day - far better than

    many letters. Tell Kenneth I am

    sorry my telephone won't speak 

    to his. Oh yes I couldn't let Sally 

    go nor Lailer (my groom) either. She will

    be mine as long as I am with

    the Regiment & she keeps fit

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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5037 / 56907
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Contributor
Kate Ward
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October 16, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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