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Driver Clarke

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 30th January 1918

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Driver Clarke says : 

It does one good to read how the people of the old town look after the boys who are abroad. On the other hand, it is depressing to read of so many local lads being killed. It is a year yesterday since I left England (covered in snow). What a contrast to today! It is so nice and warm that I am sat outside writing this letter, but it is extremely cold during the night. It is rather a pity that the weather in France is not quite so fine as it is here, for I am sure if it was it would be a great help for the Allies and a disadvantage to the enemy; but it is the way of the world, so we shall just have to await events.

 

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