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WW2 Paperwork Needs to be Reunited With It's Family

Dog Blamer

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Less than an hour ago I was trying to lock a multi drawer cabinet that has been in the attic for yonks. Some of the drawers wouldn't close and upon investigation some paperwork was blocking the drawers. I've attached a picture of what was found. The RAF stamped letter is an MIA report. There are a couple of person letters there as well one of which might date to 1889!

Can anyone potentially help with getting this back to the family it belongs with?

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