Postcard from Harold Dryhurst to Kaye Wagstaff

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Title

Postcard from Harold Dryhurst to Kaye Wagstaff

Description

Asks how she is getting on and mentions that are void of food parcels. Says his letters are boring but they are controlled by emotions.

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Date

1944-11-26

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Format

Two sided handwritten prisoner of war postcard

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

SDryhurstHG1332214v10010

Transcription

Kriegsgefangenerpost

Postkarte
[Rubber stamp]

Miss Kay Wagstaff
Police Station
High street
Tring, Hertfordshire
ENGLAND

Sender:

Sgt. H.g. Dryhurst
26826

[rubber stamp] PASSED

[page break]

Kriegsgefangenenlager

26th November 1944.

Dearest Kaye, How is the army, Soldier, are they treating you well. The life if you take care of yourself will be very educating to you Kaye, one just learns a great deal in such a type of life. At present we are entirely void of food parcels, so will have to tighten up a bit. My letters are probably very boring Kaye, but we are controlled by our emotions till the near future, Au revoir. Regards to all.
Harold xx

Citation

H G Dryhurst, “Postcard from Harold Dryhurst to Kaye Wagstaff,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 30, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/28665.

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