H. Daniels and C. Noble ["Tales of the V.C."], item 1

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 ...the following words appear to be written on a typewriter

the clinging wire,

                 And the battalion swept on to their goal. The brave

pair were left behind, but their work had been done. They

had at least made the road to Victory more easy.

 ..there is a line across the middle third of the paper two lines after the end of the writing.

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 ...the following words appear to be written on a typewriter

the clinging wire,

                 And the battalion swept on to their goal. The brave

pair were left behind, but their work had been done. They

had at least made the road to Victory more easy.

 ..there is a line across the middle third of the paper two lines after the end of the writing.


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  • June 5, 2017 01:23:54 L Brittain

     ...the following words appear to be written on a typewriter

    the clinging wire,

                     And the battalion swept on to their goal. The brave

    pair were left behind, but their work had been done. They

    had at least made the road to Victory more easy.

     ..there is a line across the middle third of the paper two lines after the end of the writing.


  • June 5, 2017 00:26:43 L Brittain

     ...the following words appear to be written on a typewriter

    the clinging wire,

                     And the battalion swept on to their goal. The brave

    pair were left behind, but their work had been done. They

    had at least made the road to Victory more easy.

     ..there is a line across the middle third of the paper two lines after the end of the writting.


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