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Original ww1 post cards sent to the men in the trenches from their family at home. Also, cards sent home  from the men to family and loved ones.  

Mr. H. Daly:
The last three rows are cards and documents from our Vice-Chairman father who served with Middlesex Regiment and the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in ww1. He joined under the maiden  name of his mother with his uncles date of birth. 
He was wounded in 1917  but, survived the war. It was only after the war, for his pension rights,  he was able to revert back to the family name, Daly.

He traveled to England to rejoin the Army in 1940 to get back into the action again. His age and medical condition prevented his reenlistment.

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