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This digital collection is comprised of letters from four British soldiers in various theaters of World War I to friends and family home in England. These letters document the life and activities of British officers and enlisted men at the front during World War I. The writers include Captain Henry C. Game of the Royal Artillery who wrote to his wife from France in 1915-1916; Major Stewart Grose of the Royal Artillery, Salonika Force, who wrote to various family members about life at the front and daily activities, 1915-1918; and Lance Corporal Trevor Conduit and Private Sidney Conduit, brothers who served in the London Rifle Brigade, who wrote letters to their parents and sister about life at the front and daily activities in France, 1914-1915. Sidney Conduit was killed in action on May 15, 1915. The collection also includes military papers of Captain Game and maps of Salonika and the surrounding area collected by Major Grose.
Finding Aid to First World War: Letters from English Soldiers