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France 1945

Photograph depicts four unknown soldiers posing for the camera.

JNF Tour group [in front of the Eiffel Tower]

Photograph depicts a JNF Tour group, including Rosa Stern, Rabbi S. T. Ferustein, Ben Dayson (far left) and Esther Dayson (second from the left) in front of the Eiffel Tower.

Letter - April 17, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated April 17, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver. The Field Post Office stamp on the envelope is dated October 19, 1917, suggesting that the letter may possibly have been sent later in the Fall of 1917.

Letter - April 21, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated April 21, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver.

Letter - April 7, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated April 7, 1917. (Assumed sent from France) to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver. In the letter, Private Seidelman talks about the newspapers mentioning General Sir [W.R.] Robertson saying "we lost the mastery of the air" and "asks for 500,000 more men by July". Private Seidelman also states that the United States declared war on "the Huns".

Letter - August 1, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated August 1, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver.

Letter - August 12, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated August 12, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver. In the letter, Private Seidelman talks about witnessing on the previous day, two German "aeroplanes" going down near his present location. He also says that, on the day this letter was written, he saw another "aeroplane" fight which resulted in another German "aeroplane" being brought down.

Letter - August 27, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated August 27, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver.

Letter - August 28, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated August 28, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver. In the letter, Private Seidelman describes an afternoon of rest "on a grassy lawn among the tall shady trees". He mentions that the "moving picture theatre", which is situated close to where he is sitting, is going to have a free showing of a Charlie Chaplin film, and that, from his spot on the lawn, some French boys and girls are selling candy and chocolate to soldiers. He also notes that he had purchased a couple of items at a nearby Y.M.C.A tent. Additionally, Private Seidelman mentions finding out that Sherwood Lett, presumably someone he knew before the war, is now in his battalion as the Regimental Signalling Officer.

Letter - August 7, 1917

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated August 7, 1917. Sent from "Somewhere in France" to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver. Private Seidelman mentions that the censors do not check letters sent to soldiers.

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