Present your best items with Auctiva's free scrolling gallery. Autograph Letter Signed to a friend.A moving Larguier letter of the armistice after 11 November 1918. As it will take up all that time wasted by dint of friendship, good humor and work! It's up to you what I think today. I am alone, hands open, frighteningly alone and widowed. Frankly I wonder sil neut better not stay there. Now that this is over, I regret it.
I havent ever had the blues as today. No doubt, we'll send me in Germany again, as many others, and I'm not ready to come back we'll have to think about finding me a corner at home, a modest certainty, but safe. I count on you to keep a place for me, since I'm here and all my colleagues are there. It will be the rush, beware. I do not see peace in pink!
The expected things too disappointing when we take them so my dead was beautiful, I would not care no longer walk the paris. You would come to see us in a priory noon, but it all ends and many things are over too.The item \The seller is \This article can be shipped worldwide.