Reference numberMS/929/1/65
TitleLetter from Feodora Gleichen, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date19 December 1916
DescriptionThanks Mackenzie Davidson for offering to 'photograph' [X-ray] her ribs. Notes that the doctor assures her nothing is broken and that Sir William Bennett is coming to inspect it, however, that she will take Mackenzie Davidson up on his offer if the pain does not improve. Praises Mackenzie Davidson for his positive attitude towards the war and suggests that the German's must be thinking they are up against a great deal more than they bargained for.
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