Second World War letter found behind wall of Ontario home

Second World War letter found behind wall of Ontario home 1

 

A letter written by a soldier serving in the Second World War and found behind the wall of a Guelph, Ont., home has been returned to the writer's family. The note was written by Canadian William Billings, who was in his 20s when it was written in October of 1944. He sent it to his parents during the war.

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9 Comments on "Second World War letter found behind wall of Ontario home"

  1. Wonderful.💖💖💖💖

  2. What beautiful news! Thank you for your service Sir Billings

  3. How did it end up in a wall?

  4. Stand for Adam Skelly

  5. It is foreshadowing the WWIII is here.

  6. daysixcreation breathing | November 26, 2020 at 5:44 PM | Reply

    ill have you know every child n woman abducted have a letter.

    ps…. im stone cold. i had a freind go missing after school from my trailer court in the 80’s. shelly ann cold cold days.

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