Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 542

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by means of steps & passages. Down

below we have the orderly room

bedrooms, mess room, kitchen (where

a fire is always burning & water

always hot - ready for making tea)

Regimental Aid post and mens

quarters. I expect there are

many places near the line

which would answer to this

description so I think the censor

will allow it to pass. To-day

has kept fine though the

sky looks like rain. Early this 

morning there was a slight

drizzle. I hope we shall not get

much rain for even a little

water makes a tremendous lot

of mud. I had expected coming 

on leave next week but

decided last night to delay

my application as the Brigade

Major rang up and asked if

I should like to go on the

same course as the CO went

to at Grantham. That was a

three days course and means

three extra night's leave for

me even though I should

have to work by day. Don't you

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by means of steps & passages. Down

below we have the orderly room

bedrooms, mess room, kitchen (where

a fire is always burning & water

always hot - ready for making tea)

Regimental Aid post and mens

quarters. I expect there are

many places near the line

which would answer to this

description so I think the censor

will allow it to pass. To-day

has kept fine though the

sky looks like rain. Early this 

morning there was a slight

drizzle. I hope we shall not get

much rain for even a little

water makes a tremendous lot

of mud. I had expected coming 

on leave next week but

decided last night to delay

my application as the Brigade

Major rang up and asked if

I should like to go on the

same course as the CO went

to at Grantham. That was a

three days course and means

three extra night's leave for

me even though I should

have to work by day. Don't you


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  • December 30, 2018 00:35:36 Thomas A. Lingner

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    by means of steps & passages. Down

    below we have the orderly room

    bedrooms, mess room, kitchen (where

    a fire is always burning & water

    always hot - ready for making tea)

    Regimental Aid post and mens

    quarters. I expect there are

    many places near the line

    which would answer to this

    description so I think the censor

    will allow it to pass. To-day

    has kept fine though the

    sky looks like rain. Early this 

    morning there was a slight

    drizzle. I hope we shall not get

    much rain for even a little

    water makes a tremendous lot

    of mud. I had expected coming 

    on leave next week but

    decided last night to delay

    my application as the Brigade

    Major rang up and asked if

    I should like to go on the

    same course as the CO went

    to at Grantham. That was a

    three days course and means

    three extra night's leave for

    me even though I should

    have to work by day. Don't you

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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October 19, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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