LETTER FROM AN UNIDENTIFIED SOLDIER, written somewhere in France during the First World War. Unknown soldier.

LETTER FROM AN UNIDENTIFIED SOLDIER, written somewhere in France during the First World War.

Seven page (4to) letter [stencil, rectos only, with autograph notations] from 'Geoff' to his 'Family' describing events in the trenches during WWI, dated 'Tuesday Sept. 28'. The letter, possibly from an A.I.F. soldier, describes the difficulties of trench life, the delight of food parcels and the frustration of not knowing the whereabouts of a friend or family member, who was wounded and traced to the 7th Field Dressing Station and passed down to 'Haazebruke' (probably Hazebrouck in Northern France); rusted paperclip at top left, vertical fold at centre, leaves browned with some edge wear, lightly soiled and foxed, occasional penned corrections and censor marks (striking out some numbers of officers and men; n.d.[c.1915].. Item #134738

Price: $150.00

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