Letter from Jack Darby to Jean

EDarbyCAHWellandJ430627.pdf

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Letter from Jack Darby to Jean

Description

He comments on Jean's previous letter and discusses his five years in the RAF. They had a discussion with senior RAF officers about the lack of a course. He complains about the poor pay and higher prices in Canada. They have not been promised a course for four months so he has been exploring the countryside. He has been watching films at the station cinema and ENSA entertainment shows. He complains that the Canadian girls can't dance.

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Date

1943-06-27

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Four double sided handwritten sheets and envelope

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EDarbyCAHWellandJ430627

Citation

Jack Darby, “Letter from Jack Darby to Jean,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 22, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/40057.

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