Please dont regard this as an ad but I intend to place on here excerpts from letters of an officer from 67th Field Regiment. They were written between 1940 and 1944. I am currently assessing advice from members as to placing it on line as a book. I inherited the letters amongst a collection of items now in Worcester Archives. My father in law intended to use them to write a book for the step mother of the officer but sadly they both died soon after receiving them. He passed them on to me hoping that I might do so when I retired. I have, I did and I hope that it is of interest. The IWM liked it due to its style of writing, social and political comment as well as his military activities It is of its time, not a memoire as his Jeep struck a nest of Teller mines in Florence in Sept 1944. It has been a labour of love in memory of the men of 67th Field Regt who like Lt Noel Beadle CPO 266 Bty did not come home to write their own stories. I am awaiting the return of my PC from repair upon which I will commence posting the excerpts.