Discussion in 'World War 1' started by liverpool annie, Nov 8, 2009.
I found these snippets interesting .... in America ... I can't find out anything about Britain !!
Looks like Mr Koons had a full load on his plate !!
Speeding Up the Mails for American Soldiers; Every Week 450,000 Letters Go to France, and Lack of Ships Has Complicated the Postal Problem--Cantonment Service Systematized Speeding Up the Mails for American Soldiers
IN recent dispatches from the American front in France there was one paragraph to the effect that the only complaint our soldiers made was that when they returned to camp from the firing line trenches there was no American mail awaiting them.
The New York Times Magazine, Page SM5 November 18 1917
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