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Title: 1915 Handwritten Manuscript Transcription of a Conversation Overheard between Enemies in the Trenches
Description: France, 1915. 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall. Manuscript, On offer is a very interesting original December 1915 Canadian Expeditionary Force handwritten letter/document being a word for word transcription of a short conversation between a Private of the Northumberland Fusiliers at the front of St. Eloi. "December 1915. Trenches, Bois Quarante - P.O. Line. Gemran Front Line. Battalion left flank connected with Northumberland Fusiliers in front of St. Eloi. The following conversation transpired between a Private of the Northumberlands and the enemy as follows: German: any of you fellows from Glaston London England? Northumberlander: Yes. German: I had a barbers shop up there and left a wife and four children there. Northhumberlander: Yes, well Jerry just put your head above the parapet and you will sure have a widow and six orphans ----- bang. This is the actual conversation as heard by...". Very Good.

Keywords: Kingston, World War I, Wwi, the Great War, Naval, Canada, Canadian, Cef, France, Fusiliers, Northumberland, Eloi, German, Jerry, Enemy, Trenches, Hand Written, Personal, Memoir, Handwritten, Hand Written, Autograph, Autographs, Signed, Letters, Document,

Price: US$ 385.99 Seller: M. Benjamin Katz, Fine Books/Rare Manuscripts
- Book number: 000919

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