Telegrams and official letters re. Charles W. Carr - missing presumed dead during the Battle of Paschendale (6)

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
These telegrams and other official communications were sent to the family of Charles W. Carr when it was believed he was missing - presumed killed, and then when it was discovered he was in fact alive, but seriously wounded. Charles Carr's son, Tony, has researched the battle in which his father was seriously wounded. Sergeant Charles W. Carr, with D Company of the 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, attacked Pond Farm on 22 August 1917. They...