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Some Soldiers Postcards Home

Louisa

master brummie
On this day when we remember all those soldiers who braveley fought in the world wars, I thought I would share some photos of the postcards that the soldiers sent home to their love ones which I have collected over the years.
 

Alf

Gone but not forgotten. R.I.P.
Louisa they are lovely and they worked perfectly well done:)

I think there are some more on the Forum try the search box.:)


I think G G Jean posted them
 

Annie

knowlegable brummie
Hi Louisa,
I see by your post you are researching the Ellis family. My Maiden name is Ellis I was bought up in Handsworth. The rest of the family seem to come from Kings Norton that way. If I cane help sent me a mp.
Annie.
 
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Wendy

Guest
Louisa your collection is lovely thank you for posting them for us to see.:)
 

Graham

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
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I think there are some more on the Forum try the search box.:)

I think G G Jean posted them[/quote]

No Alf they were from me.

Lovely cards Louise, thanks for sharing. I'll post mine again on this special day.

Graham.
 
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garethnash

Guest
One from my gt uncle who was unfortunately taken from us in WW2. Hope its ok that this is not 1900 - 1914 thread but the card is in keeping with your thread...

 
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Wendy

Guest
These cards are just a lovely piece of history thanks again for sharing them with us.
 

jennyann

master brummie
Staff member
Lovely cards...thanks for posting them everyone. I remember we had a few of them years ago. I loved them because they were so colourful.n
 
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