Being a prisoner is not, I suppose, without its value.

May 12th, 2015

23rd of July 1944

I have had two letters dated April from you recently, also mail from Pat, Harvey and May. No cigarettes latterly but I have had plenty and I expect another wave soon. This is a day of rest, and it is beautifully sunny and fresh after a thunderstorm. One feels cheerful. To be a prisoner of two years and more is a trying experience but not, I suppose, without it value and there is so much to look forward to. Love Wilfred.

[Pat is Wilfred’s fiance, Harvey his brother and May his sister. Admin]

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