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How this 2nd World War letter took over 100 years to reach

According to research, in 1916, a letter was written in Bath, England, but it was lost. A few years ago, the letter arrived at its destination. When speaking, theatre director Finley Glen mentioned that 16 was written in it, therefore we assumed it was a 2016 letter. When examined closely, it was shown to be from 1916.

Letters made a significant impact in the past. Humans may have changed dramatically through time, but back in the days of letters, people used to remember their loved ones in this manner. When someone was away from home, the only way to communicate was through the letter. This was the only way to communicate. We used to sit and wait for the mailman. I used to be excitedly awaiting his letter. In 1916, a letter was written in England and discovered in 2016. This was an unexpected occurrence. This letter was penne down during the 2nd World War. It bears the stamp of King George V.

According to research, in 1916, a letter was written in Bath, England, but it was lost. A few years ago, the letter arrived at its destination. When speaking, theatre director Finley Glen mentioned that 16 was written in it, therefore we assumed it was a 2016 letter. When examined closely, it was shown to be from 1916.

It was sent to Katie Marsh, who was married to stamp dealer Oswald Marsh, and delivered by her friend Christabel Meynell, who was on vacation in Bath, according to editor of The Norwood Review, Stephen Oxford.

It was “unknown what transpired in this instance,” according to a report. Nevertheless, Oxford stated that the mail was most likely lost in the Sydenham sorting office, which has now closed. He went on to discuss how the place got popular at that time period.

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