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Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father from France. He writes that he has received a letter from his brother George who is 'going on fine', and comments that he expects' to be back in time to sign on for the 'Queen's P'.

Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father from France. He thanks his parents for letters and parcels received, discusses his brother George's position and comments that the weather is 'fairly dry' but 'the wind is blowing like a small hurricane'.

Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father from France. He describes marching '20 kilometres a day in full kit', and accuses the Directors of the 'daily rag' as 'war profiteers' because of their increase in price. He also requests a copy of the 'Pitman's Journal'.

Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his mother

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his mother from France. He describes having a bath, and the amount of 'scarlet runners' in the barn he is staying in. He also discusses his brother George's 'crib' and situation.

Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father from France. He describes receiving letters from fellow soldiers, and the weather being very 'changeable'. He also remarks on his first sighting of tanks and on being supported by the Royal Garrison Artillery.

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