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Thoughts on postcards

Cath Brooke
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Thoughts on postcards

Thanks to David Pinder, a local resident of Mirfield, we have been able to view a vast collection of original WW1 postcards! We thought it would be interesting to ask each of the team what their favourite postcard/postcards are and why, Starting with Cath Brooke (Project co-ordinator)-

 “When looking through the postcards I find I am more interested in the portraits and photographs of the soldiers themselves.  Imagining how they must have felt, what they were thinking and what happened to each of them.”

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