Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 860

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so it wasn't much fun for 'D.'

I told the men who joined me

from the first line that they had

come in to the best Company. They 

have fitted in well & if we do

as well at other things as we 

do at footer we'll be streets

ahead of anyone else. I am sorry

that the charges have come about

for a few reasons but I am

more than pleased that we have

got a C.O. who is a gentleman.

There is a different air about the

place already. I wish I could

get leave to come & see you but 

there isn't very much chance at

present. May the days pass quickly

until we are together - then they

will simply fly. Hooper is

very fit & thinks that he may


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so it wasn't much fun for 'D.'

I told the men who joined me

from the first line that they had

come in to the best Company. They 

have fitted in well & if we do

as well at other things as we 

do at footer we'll be streets

ahead of anyone else. I am sorry

that the charges have come about

for a few reasons but I am

more than pleased that we have

got a C.O. who is a gentleman.

There is a different air about the

place already. I wish I could

get leave to come & see you but 

there isn't very much chance at

present. May the days pass quickly

until we are together - then they

will simply fly. Hooper is

very fit & thinks that he may



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  • March 29, 2019 00:40:33 Thomas A. Lingner

    so it wasn't much fun for 'D.'

    I told the men who joined me

    from the first line that they had

    come in to the best Company. They 

    have fitted in well & if we do

    as well at other things as we 

    do at footer we'll be streets

    ahead of anyone else. I am sorry

    that the charges have come about

    for a few reasons but I am

    more than pleased that we have

    got a C.O. who is a gentleman.

    There is a different air about the

    place already. I wish I could

    get leave to come & see you but 

    there isn't very much chance at

    present. May the days pass quickly

    until we are together - then they

    will simply fly. Hooper is

    very fit & thinks that he may


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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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5037 / 57343
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Kate Ward
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


February 3, 1918
  • English

  • Western Front




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