Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 9

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they are two inches long and an inch broad, they pay us occasional visits and rarely get out alive, but the beggars fly. This will be the last letter until I reach London, then I will pay you a visit.

Give my kind regards to Mr Tyler Nicholson and the girls.

Love to yourself and hobby.
Your sincere friend

This letter is from an accountant in a Bank in England, who was called up for Service as a gunner at Sea. He is on his way home to London now. It is a wonderful war item.

T. G. Adamson.
Nemingha, Tamworth NSW


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