WW1 British Field Service Postcard From Pte F Martin 16th June 1916
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For sale is a WW1 British Field Service Postcard From Frank Martin to mrs Hullah from Yorkshire on the 16th June 1916. This is in good condition.This postcard states “I am quiet well” and “letters to follow at first opportunity”. Field Service Postcards were used by soldiers on active service to send speedy messages home without any need for censoring by their officers. Their purpose was to reassure their loved ones that they were alive and well and to confirm that letters and parcels from home were getting through to the Front. The soldier was allowed to delete as appropriate from a selection of pre-printed sentences. If anything other than a date and signature were added the card would be destroyed. This will be sent via 1st class signed for and dispatched within two working days.
Dorset, United Kingdom
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