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Saturday, 31 October 2015

First World War postcards

Censorship of soldiers’ letters was undertaken by regimental officers. Its main purpose was to avoid mention of operational details that might prove of value to the enemy. Forbidden information included references to locations, numbers of troops, criticism of superiors and even the weather (which might indicate the state of the trenches).


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