Wives and Sweethearts: Love Letters sent During Wartime revealed by Army Museum

| 13 February 2014
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From a Military Cross winner charmed by a dispatch rider to the flirting and witty banter of an 18-year-old officer and his brief sweetheart in Dover, stories from the National Army Museum reveal how love thrived and endured during the First and Second World Wars.

Described as an alternative to "saccharine sentiments", Wives and Sweethearts: Love Letters sent during Wartime is now available as a hardback book, ISBN 978-1-47110-264-6.
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