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Harry W. Cole Send a Letter to Mother, 80 Years Later, Then Get Home

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Harry W. Cole Send a Letter to Mother, 80 Years Later, Then Get HomeHarry W. Cole Send a Letter to Mother, 80 Years Later, Then Get Home

News24xx.com - The handwriting of Harry W. Cole has been named as one of the longest letters to the destination.

His handwriting only reached his home 80 years later quoted from kumparan.com, Wednesday, June 3, 2020.

Unfortunately, the letter addressed to the mother can only be received by her siblings in Hasketon, Suffolk, England because she is the only family left alive.

It all began when Harry W. Cole holds the status of a British soldier writing a letter to his mother in the port city of Dunkerque.

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He wrote because he got a bad feeling because he was attacked by German troops in 1940. Sure enough, the troops supported by French and Belgian troops were defeated by the German army.

Make victims fall in the stronghold of England including Harry W. Cole who died along with a letter.

After 30 years later, a letter belonging to Harry W. Cole and other British soldiers detained by the German army was returned and received by the British Embassy, ??in Bonn, Germany, in 1968.

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The British government then attempted to resubmit. Due to limited information, this delivery takes years.

Luckily, Harry W. Cole's letter was recognized by someone. He is an archivist assistant from the Suffolk Regional Council, Heidi Hughes.

Thanks to his foresight, he immediately delivered Harry's letter to his older brother, Clemmie, who was already elderly.





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