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Dear Peter, (Letter to a soldier on the Home front in the first few months of the war)

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Introduction

GCSE COURSEWORK - EMPATHY THE HOME FRONT 7th December 1914 Dear Peter, How have you been? This War has everyone really going. The War will be over in a matter of months and our lives will back to normal. ...read more.

Middle

The news these days is just totally intolerable. Most of the news has to be censored, so how is one supposed to find out what is going on around the country. Those Germans are hated by every single Briton in this country. ...read more.

Conclusion

My son, George, has also joined the army. My family and I are so proud of him. I feel that he will make a big difference to the war, just like the many other men that have joined. This whole war will blow over in the next few months. I don't think those Germans will last long at all. Take care of yourself. Yours sincerely, John. ...read more.

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