[Letter written by King George V on the release of duty following the armistice]
Letter written by King George V releasing soldiers from their duty following the WWI armistice. The letter reads: "The Queen joins me in welcoming you on your release from the miseries and hardships, which you have endured with so much patience and courage. During these many months of trial, the early rescue of our gallant officers and men from the cruelties of their captivity has been uppermost in our thoughts. We are thankful that this longed for day has arrived, and that back in the old Country you will be able once more to enjoy the happiness of a home and to see good days among those who anxiously look for your return. George R. J."
Royal Canadian Legion Nutana Branch #362
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Division 5 - North Central
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