Toronto couple finds stash of letters from WWI soldier
A Toronto couple has found a collection of letters that appear to have been penned by a soldier during the First World War.
A collection of letters, photos and postcards dating back to the First World War has turned up in a Toronto home.
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Joel Cormier and Ashley Cameron found the letters in a box in their attic a few weeks ago.
The dozens of letters and postcards that have resurfaced were sent to a woman named Hilda MacLeod decades ago.
They appear to have been sent by a soldier named N.E. Waring, who describes the horrors of war to the woman receiving the letters.
Cormier and Cameron are hoping to return the letters to relatives.
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