Titre: Letter of 6 April 1917 from Charles Ross Francis to Sarah Margaret Francis
Auteur: Francis, Charles Ross, 1899-1956
Source: Archives of Manitoba, P302 MG6 D17, Sarah M. Francis
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two days ago & was glad to hear
he is still in England. I wouldn't
be at all suprised tho [though] if he
was over here inside of two weeks
now, probably before you get this
letter. I can hardly blame him
for wanting to get over here, for
it wouldn't do to go back home
& have to say he had never been
in France, and yet he is mighty
lucky. Not that I mind the
life or find it awfully hard, because
I am so used to it now, but some-
times when I am very comfort-
able in my bunk, I begin
to think what real comfort is,
and to think of the lucky guys
over there. All the extras
seem so unnecessary, that I
feel as if when I return to
civilian life, that I won't be
bothered with them, but I
am quite sure that when I do

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