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Dearest Susie : A Civil War Infantryman's Letters to His Sweetheart. Publisher:Exposition-Phoenix Press, Incorporated.
Dearest Susie : A Civil War Infantryman's Letters to His Sweetheart. by Carl E. Hatch and Frank Ross McGregor.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Does give a lot of perspective into how soldiers were viewing the war and politics during that time. Melissa marked it as to-read Feb 09, 2015. Start by marking Dearest Susie; A Civil War Infantryman's Letters To His Sweetheart as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
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Dearest Mother: Though I feel no premonition at all, events are moving . The letter was subsequently published in a small book by The Times Publishing Company Ltd. (as An Airman's Letter to His Mother) and reprinted three times. By the end of the year, over 500,000 copies had been sold.
You must hope on for a month, but at the end of that time you must accept the fact that I have handed my task over to the extremely capable hands of my comrades of the Royal Air Force, as so many splendid fellows have already done.
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In his book Letter Writing as a Social Practice, William Decker mentions . Paper was a valuable commodity to soldiers. One correspondent addresses his letters to "Dear friends" or to multiple family members.
In his book Letter Writing as a Social Practice, William Decker mentions this dilemma: "Letter exchanges proceed incrementally, against the constant possibility of being discontinued without notice" (Decker 50). Mail sent throughout the North was delivered as efficiently as it was before the wa. Many letters in the Civil War collection have additional writing in the margins (see fig. 1) or have a torn section after the signature. Not only was this to save paper, but to insure that those who were illiterate had the chance to "read" the letter.
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Letters written by children during the First World War can be just as. .
Letters written by children during the First World War can be just as valuable a source of information as those written by servicemen. Read the letter in full below. My Dearest Will, I feel I must write you again dear altho there is not much news to tell you. I wonder how you are getting on. I shall be so relieved to get a letter from you. I can't help feeling a bit anxious dear.
Alexander Fradkov also mentioned those cases in his open letter.
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