Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 127

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he died. Aub Smithers is across here with the 2nd Batt. N Tayt &amp: A Garvin were left behind with the 53 rd Batt. I dare say they shall be across later on. We have all had to hand our cameras in so I wont be abel to get any photos until after the war. When writing address ( Machine gun Section 1st Batt 1st Division A.I.F. abroad) Well father it is bitterly cold here today & raining I am shivering myself into a swet so shall have to ring off Will write every chance I get
Love to all. Will write the Miss Smiths before we go into action Don't worry am just OK
Your sincere son Clyde

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