Happy New Year 2015

Today’s post is a postcard sent home just before New Year of 1915.  It’s poignant messages states: “O.A.S Dear Madam, I have the pleasure of writing to you and thanking you for the parcel which I received. Hoping you have a Happy Xmas and a bright New Year. From One In Belguim“.

Postcards from the Front - Happy New Year

Wishing all my readers a very Happy New Year.



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2 Responses to Happy New Year 2015

  1. Pauleen says:

    Happy New Year Kate and all the very best for 2015.

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