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17 July 1916 You’ll be pleased to hear I’m going on A1

The Big Tent
V.A.D. Hosp
Newton Abbot

Dear Dad
You’ll be pleased to hear I’m going on A1. Saw mother this afternoon, she’s looking very well. 55 more words

WW1

15 July 1916 You can come down any time you like now

The Big Tent
V.A.D. Hosp
Newton Abbot

My Dear Mother & Father
Received your letter this morning. You can come down any time you like now. 80 more words

London Rifle Brigade

Favourite Artefacts | Emma Halford-Forbes, Museum Manager

Throughout my museum career the subject of prisoners of war is one that has interested me, and I’ve been lucky enough to meet many men who had been taken prisoner during the Second World War. 807 more words

Artefacts And Collections

13 July 1916 I'm feeling much better now to a week ago.

The Big Tent
V.A.D. Hosp
Newton Abbot

My Dear Mother & Father
Received your letters of 11th and 13th pleased to hear all are well. Uncle Will came to see me this afternoon gave me quite a surprise. 78 more words

London Rifle Brigade

8 July 1916 The Big Tent, Newton Abbot, V.A.D. Hospital


The Big Tent
Newton Abbot
V.A.D Hosp

Dear Mother & Father
A few lines to let you know I’m still existing. I arrived here yesterday afternoon after a lot of travelling. 283 more words

WW1

7 July 1916 I am in the British Ambulance Train ...

Post Card

Dear Mother & Father
I am in the British Ambulance Train in England on my way to Hospital at Newton Abbot.
I have returned wounded bullet through lower jaw, wound in left forearm, piece out of right thigh. 30 more words

Sutton