'If you're reading this...' The heartbreaking collection of last letters to loved ones from soldiers who never came home

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'If you're reading this...' The heartbreaking collection of last letters to loved ones from soldiers who never came home

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Post by Sniper1946 » Sat May 13, 2017 3:11 pm

Fascinating reading..sad indeed...

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Raw emotion: Eric Fox Pitt Lubbock, who died at Ypres in 1917 aged 24, wrote to his mother: 'Try to forget my faults and remember me only as your very loving son'

These are the final, moving letters written by soldiers to their families just before they died.
The brave servicemen penned the missives to be read by their loved ones if they were killed.
Dedicated historian Sian Price spent three years travelling the world and reading through 30,000 heart-rending letters to compile the touching collection.


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