Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 862

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doings in your letters & can almost 

see him doing some of the things

you describe. Glad to hear that 

Harry is looking after you & Kenneth

so well. I really must come

home & thank him - soon

Glad they are going on well in

Canada. It will be a nice change

for them to go to Vancouver for a

holiday. If Mary looks so well as

a nurse we shall see her giving

up teaching for War Nursing. Tell

her I hope she will soon be really 

fit again. You will get to know

a lot about the war & the news

if you spent the morning reading 

the newspaper. I don't think you 

will like "Carrying on" as well as

you did the first 100,000. A choppy

letter! No a lovely one. It is

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doings in your letters & can almost 

see him doing some of the things

you describe. Glad to hear that 

Harry is looking after you & Kenneth

so well. I really must come

home & thank him - soon

Glad they are going on well in

Canada. It will be a nice change

for them to go to Vancouver for a

holiday. If Mary looks so well as

a nurse we shall see her giving

up teaching for War Nursing. Tell

her I hope she will soon be really 

fit again. You will get to know

a lot about the war & the news

if you spent the morning reading 

the newspaper. I don't think you 

will like "Carrying on" as well as

you did the first 100,000. A choppy

letter! No a lovely one. It is


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  • March 29, 2019 00:51:34 Thomas A. Lingner

    doings in your letters & can almost 

    see him doing some of the things

    you describe. Glad to hear that 

    Harry is looking after you & Kenneth

    so well. I really must come

    home & thank him - soon

    Glad they are going on well in

    Canada. It will be a nice change

    for them to go to Vancouver for a

    holiday. If Mary looks so well as

    a nurse we shall see her giving

    up teaching for War Nursing. Tell

    her I hope she will soon be really 

    fit again. You will get to know

    a lot about the war & the news

    if you spent the morning reading 

    the newspaper. I don't think you 

    will like "Carrying on" as well as

    you did the first 100,000. A choppy

    letter! No a lovely one. It is

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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5037 / 57345
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Kate Ward
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February 3, 1918
  • English

  • Western Front




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