Thursday 21st April 1944 – “After that we found, and requisitioned a cat”

14400541,
Sigmn. Moore J.T.,
Main H.Q. W/Less Section,
12 Corps Signals,
Army Post Office,
England.

21.4.44

Dear All,

I wanted to write yesterday but just couldn’t fit it in Continue reading

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Sunday 16th April 1944 – ” I wish the whole thing would just fizzle out”

14400541,
Sigmn. Moore J.T.,
Main H.Q. W/Less Section,
12 Corps Signals,
Army Post Office,
England.

Sunday 16.5.44 (Should be 16.4.44)

Dear All,

I thought I would write a few lines tonight Continue reading

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Thursday 13th April 1944 – “went to see that film, “My Friend Flicka” on Tuesday night. It was very good”

14400541,
Sigmn. Moore J.T.,
Main H.Q. W/Less Section,
12 Corps Signals,
Army Post Office,
England.

13.4.44

Dear All,

Just a few lines to let you know I’m O.K. Continue reading

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Saturday 8th April 1944 – “he is being a bit optimistic when he says it will be a year before he is called up”

14400541,
Sigmn. Moore J.T.,
2 Company,
12 Corps Signals,
Army Post Office,
England.

Saturday
8th April 1944

Dear All,

Just a few lines to get you (and myself) used to this idea Continue reading

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Friday 7th April 1944 – “in future all mail from here will be censored”

As usual

Friday
7/4/44

Dear All,

Just a very few lines to give you one or two pieces of information Continue reading

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Wednesday 5th April 1944 – “All leave is cancelled as from tonight until “further notice””

As usual

Wednesday
8.30 p.m.
5/4/44

Dear All,

Just a few lines as it is my free evening tonight Continue reading

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Sunday 2nd April 1944 – “Of course, being gentlemen, and seeing a chance of making something out of it, we volunteered”

As usual

April 2/44
Sunday 4 p.m.

Dear All,

Just a few lines to let you know we are back off the scheme Continue reading

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Wednesday 29th March 1944 – “at half past five they go round blowing a whistle and everybody has to get up, dress, put on equipment and double away with rifle”

As usual

Wednesday
Twenty something March 1944

Dear All,

Well, if I get this letter finished and posted today Continue reading

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Monday 27th March 1944 – “If it wasn’t for the army I could really be enjoying myself here”

As usual

Monday
27/3/44

Dear All,

I hope you got my letter OK but as I gave it to some kids to post I can’t be sure Continue reading

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Saturday 25th March 1944 – “we’ve been eating dry bread and calling it a “meal””

As usual

25/3/44

Dear All,

I’m writing this under very difficult conditions Continue reading

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