File - E#4: March 22 - April 30 1916

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E#4: March 22 - April 30 1916

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(1891-1964)

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Letter of March 22, 1916: Fred details his first time at the guns and the conditions there. He renovates the living space. Letter of March 28, 1916: Fred is back on horse lines and enjoyed his time at the guns. Letter of March 30, 1916: Fred recounts more from his time at the guns, lists his duties at the horse line. Letter of April 3, 1916: Fred writes of heavy artillery from the German lines, causing his battery to flee on horseback. Letter of April 4, 1916: Fred responds to news from Edith's recent letters. Edith has become Lady Stick. Letter of April 7, 1916: Fred writes of another German artillery assault and his battery's responses. Letter of April 10, 1916: Fred writes he at rest in a farm house. Letter of April 16, 1916: Fred is back at horse lines running munition and living in the open air amidst continual rain. Letter of April 22, 1916: Fred writes he is now doing more soldiering than ever. His battery has set up camp in a new position. Letter of April 27, 1916: Fred writes of a close friend's death in the war, Bill Crummy. Letter of April 30, 1916: Fred writes of improved weather and sorrow for Bill Crummy.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0002
  • Folder: File 0010