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Same old Bill, eh Mable!

Edward Streeter

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .It didnt have the build tho an quit.

The next thing I remember the Captin was sayin "Smith, what are you tryin to do with that caisson, smash it?" Just as if Id swiped the darn thing to go for a joy ride.

Well, Mable, your letter came at last. From the looks of it they must have dragged the mail bag all the way. That certinly was interestin about that poor young fello Archie Wainwright. It must be awful to have a murmur in your heart when you want to go to war so bad.

Tell him not to worry about missin the war cause when I get back Ill show him so much about it hell feel like a veteran in half an hour an his family will be hangin out a service flag.

We just got ishued two new Lootenants inside of a week. Its gettin harder an harder to rite anything interestin that youll understand. For instance the first Lootenant was a 2nd and the second Lootenant was a 1st. That shows you how tecknickle it all is but of course its over your. . . Read More

Community Reviews

World War I, making humour out of horror. Wonderfully captures a piece of history that is fading into the past as those who were there are dying of old age and fewer and fewer are left. Lest we forget.
Reread Nov 2019. You can hear their voices. My copy of this book is a very old one, ragged and losi