File - E#8: March - May (no typed transcripts, except when indicated with a '*'.) 1918

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E#8: March - May (no typed transcripts, except when indicated with a '*'.) 1918

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(1891-1964)

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Letter of March 3, 1918: Fred talks of machine gun drill and his plans for a leave. *Letter of March 6, 1918: Fred writes of friends' marriages, is taking a gas course. *Letter of March 10, 1918: Fred finishes his courses and prepares to go on leave. *Letter of March 13, 1918, from Rochford, Essex: Fred visits Frank at an air base, describes what it is like to be in a plane. Letter from Frank of March 13, 1918: Frank thanks Edith for her kindnesses. *Letter of March 24, 1918, from London: Fred is busy buying his kit in London for when he returns to France, tells of his time in London. Letter of March 31, 1918, from Witley Camp: Fred retells of his time on leave. *Letter of April 7, 1918: Fred is doing office work as battery orderly. He reunites with both Arthur and Frank for a day. *Letter of April 11, 1918: Fred prepares to return to France. Letter of April 15, 1918, from the Somewhere: Fred arrives at his battery and tells of crossing the channel. Letter of April 18, 1918: Fred writes of good food and living quarters. *Letter of April 29, 1918: Fred writes of his time at O.P., sniping. Letter of April 30, 1918: Fred writes about meadow larks. *Letter of May 5, 1918: Fred describes duty at O.P. *Letter of May 16, 1918: Fred describes the satisfaction of seeing an enemy gun get hit, describes duty at forward guns. Letter of May 19, 1918: Fred is orderly officer today. *Letter of May 20, 1918: Fred has his first visit to the front line trenches as liaison officer. Letter of May 23, 1918: Fred finds the front line deceptively quiet. Letter of May 29, 1918: Fred is far from the front and billeted in a school master's house, preparing for an inspection. He receives word that Arthur was promoted to Major.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0003
  • Folder: File 0005