Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 823

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46

24/1/18

 My Own Darling

               Yesterday we had a

Brigade Scheme when Sally + I

went miles together. It was such

hard work that when she got back she

was off her feed. Nevertheless it

was a good change for both of us

The C.O. was very amusing for

he got very badly "ticked off" by

the old man. He was acting as

Brigade Commander & had not

troubled to get up the scheme

well enough. To-day I have been

buzzing about all day keeping

with training - lecturing &c. Tomorrow

I have to go & umpire for another

Brigade. That means seven or

eight hours in the saddle again.

We have have no English mail

for two days so expect I shall

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46

24/1/18

 My Own Darling

               Yesterday we had a

Brigade Scheme when Sally + I

went miles together. It was such

hard work that when she got back she

was off her feed. Nevertheless it

was a good change for both of us

The C.O. was very amusing for

he got very badly "ticked off" by

the old man. He was acting as

Brigade Commander & had not

troubled to get up the scheme

well enough. To-day I have been

buzzing about all day keeping

with training - lecturing &c. Tomorrow

I have to go & umpire for another

Brigade. That means seven or

eight hours in the saddle again.

We have have no English mail

for two days so expect I shall


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  • February 9, 2019 17:18:05 Thomas A. Lingner

    46

    24/1/18

     My Own Darling

                   Yesterday we had a

    Brigade Scheme when Sally + I

    went miles together. It was such

    hard work that when she got back she

    was off her feed. Nevertheless it

    was a good change for both of us

    The C.O. was very amusing for

    he got very badly "ticked off" by

    the old man. He was acting as

    Brigade Commander & had not

    troubled to get up the scheme

    well enough. To-day I have been

    buzzing about all day keeping

    with training - lecturing &c. Tomorrow

    I have to go & umpire for another

    Brigade. That means seven or

    eight hours in the saddle again.

    We have have no English mail

    for two days so expect I shall

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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Source
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Contributor
Kate Ward
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January 24, 1918
  • English

  • Western Front




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