a heart warming letter to read.
Originally posted on Soldiers' Mail:
Somewhere in Belgium
July 30th, 1918
Dear sister Madaline:
I received your three letters dated June 21st, 25th and 30th and believe me dear sister I am very proud to see that you have been so faithful to me in writing as often as you have. I haven’t written you in weeks although of course it wasn’t my fault as I have been through practically everything since we left France. You all have been constantly on my mind and my every thought is of you all back home. I received quite a few letters from John and Anna and as soon as I reach my rest camp I promise to write you a nice long letter. This letter that I am writing you is being written in the line where shot and shell have been and are falling all around us. My experiences have…
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