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From Library to the Battlefield
CulzieDate: Wednesday, 2017-09-20, 7:34 PM | Message # 1
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Harrowing, hastily-written and often heart-breaking letters from the front lines make hugely poignant paragraphs in the annals of war. The following extracts from WWI letters share a unique link: “I have twice been right in amongst the wire in front of the German trenches without being seen but it is not the kind of thing I would care to make a pastime of…”

 “Any amount of sniping and shell fire, and the beastly weather, has made our trenches villainously muddy. Some places we have been in we have had the mud thigh deep. It is not ordinary decent mud, but an evil smelling slime which penetrates everything…”

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Ulster Protestants consider themselves to be a separate nation. This nation they call Ulster
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