Cecil Slack
CECILSLACK
An insight into life during The Great War

The Great War Letters

On this page you will find links to some of the many letters written and received by Cecil and Dora Slack, during the Great War of 1914 to 1918.

Cecil's daughter-in-law, Lady Joan Slack, has put these archives into the public domain.

The volumes of letters correspond to those in the Slack family archives.

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Except where otherwise stated, the copyright in all of the archives and letters on this site is held by Robert Slack (grandson) and the Slack family. Copyright in teaching resources and materials on this site belongs to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please acknowledge intellectual property rights by giving the URL of any pages you use, and/or include the © copyright symbol. Thank you.

Robert Slack - "I am very happy for (the letters) to be used by others. If teachers ever wanted to see the original letters for teaching purposes etc, I would be very happy to loan them, or send good copies of the originals."

To contact Robert, or to comment on this site, please e-mail Chris.A.Brown@eastriding.gov.uk

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