News of the killed or wounded normally arrived in a letter from the Commanding Officer to the next of kin. The amount of information given as to circumstances an injuries would vary greatly, but never give the detailed location, often referring to 'in the field' or 'in France'.
Occasionally, news would arrive from a colleague or supplement that from a Commanding Officer.
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