Summary: letter to Dorothy from Frank in Southminster, Essex. Dated 20/3/1918. He writes about hearing the heavy gunfire 'across the sea', and the 'terrible conflict and massacre'. He also mentions the defence of the South Coast and the threat of invasion. From a collection of c52, in their envelopes, and some visiting cards, from New Zealand and Indian troops to Dorothy M Underwood and to Hubert Gale of Flanders Farm, Silver Street, Sway, Hampshire, dating from World War I

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