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Woodard, Jack (fl. 1938-) to Guy Fenton

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02766.027 Author/Creator: Woodard, Jack (fl. 1938-) Place Written: Andover Type: Typed letter signed Date: 13 February 1938 - 15 February Pagination: 3 p. : envelope ; 21.2 x 33.8 cm.

He talks about the advancement of the army and mentions the R.A.F problem. He also mentions Singapore and Dobbie, Medley and Benjie. He describes Ceylon.

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