Cecil Slack
CECILSLACK
The Great War 1914 - 1918

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soldiers
Cecil Slack
Dora Willatt
Cecil Slack
Letter
Dora and Reg
Soldier
Cecil Slack
wounded soldier
war damage
Cecil Slack
Battle plan
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soldiers
Cecil Slack
Dora Willatt
Cecil Slack
Letter
Dora and Reg
Soldier
wounded soldier
war damage
Cecil Slack
Battle plan
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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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