Why the backs of postcards are more interesting than the front?

July 2015 postcards 41 July 2015 postcards 42

 

Unfortunately, this is the only part of this letter that I have, but I think it is still poignant and interesting enough to show.  I would guess it dates from the middle period of WW1 when the British (and I believe the German) propaganda machines had worked hard to instil the idea that opposing forces were guilty of war crimes…

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3 thoughts on “Why the backs of postcards are more interesting than the front?

  1. My grandparents lived at ‘The Greys’ in Frimley Road and my aunt (Marion Theodora Gibbs) was born there in 1915. I have a collection of family photos and documents on OneDrive and I would very much like to add this picture of Frimley Road to these if possible. Only my immediate family members have access to these files; there is no public access.
    I hope you can help.
    Thanks, Rosemary Hill

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