London, England 10/12/1917

Somewhere in England

 

Dear Em.

 

Well here we are; I suppose you will say where? Im sorry but Im afraid it will be going against orders to mention it in this letter. I can say one thing though and I mean every word of it. Im feeling great. In fact I never felt better in my life. Ever since I last saw you Ive been feeling the same. All the boys are in the best of spirits.

 

I hope this reaches you, but if it doesn’t the one that holds it up knows what is best. How is Pa, Aunt Madge, and the rest. Send me a line if it is posible. If I had any thing worth saying I couldn’t say it anyway so I will have to close with out saying any more.

 

Wishing for the best of luck I close from all of you.

 

Brother
Sam.

 

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