Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 578

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No 4

26/11/17

My Own Darling,

  Ta for your No 3 & 4 which I 

was delighted to receive. Thank Ma for

her good wishes when you write. I am

awfully sorry to hear Marg's news

about Will. I hope he was one of

the two men but if he got to a

dressing station he ought to have

been able to send a card.

  To-day is quite a nice day but

there is a high wind blowing

& it is pretty cold. I am very comfy

except for my feet & there is no

nice fire to toast them against.

Tents were not made to be lived

in at this time of the year.

Yes please you might send the

observer along as well. Your

letter is lovely & so full of love.

I am indeed a lucky man

& the knowledge of our love does

help a great deal. I thought

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No 4

26/11/17

My Own Darling,

  Ta for your No 3 & 4 which I 

was delighted to receive. Thank Ma for

her good wishes when you write. I am

awfully sorry to hear Marg's news

about Will. I hope he was one of

the two men but if he got to a

dressing station he ought to have

been able to send a card.

  To-day is quite a nice day but

there is a high wind blowing

& it is pretty cold. I am very comfy

except for my feet & there is no

nice fire to toast them against.

Tents were not made to be lived

in at this time of the year.

Yes please you might send the

observer along as well. Your

letter is lovely & so full of love.

I am indeed a lucky man

& the knowledge of our love does

help a great deal. I thought


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  • January 4, 2019 15:03:00 Thomas A. Lingner

    No 4

    26/11/17

    My Own Darling,

      Ta for your No 3 & 4 which I 

    was delighted to receive. Thank Ma for

    her good wishes when you write. I am

    awfully sorry to hear Marg's news

    about Will. I hope he was one of

    the two men but if he got to a

    dressing station he ought to have

    been able to send a card.

      To-day is quite a nice day but

    there is a high wind blowing

    & it is pretty cold. I am very comfy

    except for my feet & there is no

    nice fire to toast them against.

    Tents were not made to be lived

    in at this time of the year.

    Yes please you might send the

    observer along as well. Your

    letter is lovely & so full of love.

    I am indeed a lucky man

    & the knowledge of our love does

    help a great deal. I thought

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


ID
5037 / 56952
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Kate Ward
License
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November 26, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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