Ww1 Letter 1918 Belgium Air Raids More Numerous German Bombs Wwi Military Vtg I For Sale
An original World War One related letter including the envelopewritten by Frank Greene who was in the 316th Sanitary Train, 91st Division. The letter is dated Nov. 5th 1918 Somewhere in Belgium. (Some of his writing is a little hard to read, I translated the best I could.) The letter reads:
My dear Mother
Well we have been in action again and some more fun with the "Jerrys."................if you want me to send a German helmet send me some postage stamps............We hear wild rumours of peace occasionally but you wouldn't take stock in them if you could hear what we do right now Fritz wastes lots of bombs every night but so far hasn't done any material damage to us. Air raids seem much more numerous than when we were in France. We've had some pitiful case of children. Well dear Mother write often your last letter was September
Theletter is in good condition with some wear, the envelope has wear.
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