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Writes requesting help in removing a car from Market Harborough having just received the necessary documents. She understands that petrol coupons will be forthcoming from her husband’s previous station and asks that they be issued to the value of 5…

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He writes that he has recently been in close contact with her husband, Squadron Leader Robert Wareing as they were prisoners in the same hospital. He advises that her husband, with others, were evacuated by the Germans but that he, himself, remained…

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Writes on behalf of a local French farmer who is being ostracised for not hiding Robert after he parachuted onto the farmers land. She also asks Robert for his views on the situation.

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Writes expressing her sympathy. She hopes that Joan receives news of Bob soon.

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Writes sending her a copy of their circulars giving full directions about sending letters and parcels to her husband, who is a prisoner of war. The also send a circular regarding the sending of parcels to prisoners of war. They request that if she…

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In reply to her letter they advise that she is in order to write to a woman residing near Le Havre and that letters of a personal or family nature or exchanging business are now permitted to liberated France without submission to them, and also that…

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Write expressing their sympathy at the news that her husband Acting Squadron Leader Robert Wareing is missing as a result of an air operation in Northern France. They continue that this does not necessarily mean he is killed or wounded and may well…

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Letter posted from RAF station North Luffenham by Base Navigation Officer, Squadron Leader Alan Hill covering family news and friendship matters in general. Is glad that Bob is safe and well and wanted to know about how to send parcels to him.

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She writes that she is so pleased about the good news of Joan’s husband and sends her love to the family.

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Refers to her husband’s personal effects and asking if a Gladstone bag with the initials J.K.O. was with them. They had received a letter from the mother of Flight Sergeant Campbell who was enquiring as the whereabouts of this bag as it belonged to…

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Writes thanking them for their letter and telegram on the day of her wedding. She recounts aspects of the wedding and people who attended with regard to their connection with Robert. She describes her new location and also gives news of the doctor…

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She writes expressing how glad she was to hear of Robert’s liberation and homecoming. Continues with comments on how Robert was treated by the Germans and how awful prisoner of war camps were. She asks some other questions and talks a little about…

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Glad to hear Joan's husband is comparatively comfortable and safe in prisoner of war camp and that she was hoping to send clothes parcels. Mentions receiving letters from families of crew members who were killed. Goes on to thank Joan for telling her…

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She writes she was sorry to hear that Robert was taken to Germany before Le Havre was liberated and was not rescued by allied forces and sent home like others. Describes sending her a message from her husband shortly after he was shot down and…

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Writes requesting that she sign the enclosed indemnity form in order that they may send her the personal effects of her husband. They also say they are pleased to hear that she has received good news about her husband.

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Asks if she received a letter suggesting that they bring the car to her on February 4th and asks if she has the licence and petrol coupons.

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Letter from Mrs I.M. King to Joan Wareing about her son who is also missing. She writes thanking Mrs Wareing for her kindness to her son during his stay with her and her husband. She hopes the sacrifices they are making will not be in vain and prays…

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Writes thanking her for her letter which she received a few days before she heard the news about her own husband, Bob, and assumes Joan has had the same news about her husband. She hopes everything will turn out alright in the end for both of them…

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Writes hoping that Joan heard her husband, Squadron Leader Bob Wareing’s message on 6/20/44. He conveys the message as best he remembers it saying that Bob feels much better now and is sorry about the leave and asks for Joan to write to him at his…

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Writes thanking her for her letter and informing her that she is still entitled to a travelling pass.

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Writes expressing his delight at the news that her husband, Bob, is a prisoner of war asks if she will let them have any other news should she receive it.

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Writes expressing deep sorrow that Mr Wareing has been reported missing, from himself and other members of the community.

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He tells her how pleased he is to hear good news regarding her husband. He imparts all the local news, including the birth of a baby boy. Mentions flying bombs giving friends a hard time in London.

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Writes expressing sympathy that Joan’s husband Bob has been reported missing and they are awaiting further news from her.

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Writes thanking her for her letter and also the letter from Flying Officer Walkden about her husband. He also advises that he has been officially informed that two of her husband’s crew have arrived safely back in England but that there is no news…
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