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France may have been a fine country before the war but as it is now I can't see anything here that is at all [illegible]. In this section where we are now one can detect the full destructiveness of war, since this place has seen the horrors of war for four years. My work here is not done with a gun but by hammering a [illegible]. I never would believe in predestination but now I am being [illegible] more than ever before. [illegible] that business [illegible] was gotten up at Parksley school something told HELP YOUR COUNTRY BY SAVING. WRITE ON BOTH SIDES OF THIS PAPER
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France may have been a fine country before the war but as it is now I can't see anything here that is at all [illegible]. In this section where we are now one can detect the full destructiveness of war, since this place has seen the horrors of war for four years. My work here is not done with a gun but by hammering a typewriter. I never would believe in predestination but now I am being [illegible] more than ever before. [illegible] that business course was gotten up at Parksley school something told  
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HELP YOUR COUNTRY BY SAVING. WRITE ON BOTH SIDES OF THIS PAPER

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"WITH THE COLORS" YMCA France may have been a fine country before the war but as it is now I can't see anything here that is at all [illegible]. In this section where we are now one can detect the full destructiveness of war, since this place has seen the horrors of war for four years. My work here is not done with a gun but by hammering a typewriter. I never would believe in predestination but now I am being [illegible] more than ever before. [illegible] that business course was gotten up at Parksley school something told

HELP YOUR COUNTRY BY SAVING. WRITE ON BOTH SIDES OF THIS PAPER