Letter from T.E. Borrill to his brother, Benjamin Borrill
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|Author||Borill, Thomas Edgar|
|Title||Letter from T.E. Borrill to his brother, Benjamin Borrill|
|Notes||A letter written by Lance Corporal Thomas Edgar Borrill (1897-1917), service no. 30938, to his brother Benjamin, both stationed in France. The letter describes the feeling amongst T.E. Borrill's battalion that they will never beat Jerry and things getting from bad to worse. Thanks his brother for the razor that he sent him.|
A transcription is included.
|Item Date||9th September 1917|
|Copyright||The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor|
|Digital repository||The Great War Archive, University of Oxford|
|Contributor Name||David Borrill|