|Set Title:||4th CORPS XMAS 1914|
black & white drawings, faint Tuck logo on front of the card to the front, both clearly drawn by the same hand. black & white drawings Green Jackets Museum writes about the card to the front:- "This card sent to every member of 4 Corps by Lady Rawlinson, wife of the Corps Commander, Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Rawlinson, at Christmas 1914, soon after the First Battle of Ypres, is typical of a number in the Museum. In particular, the hopes of 'success, victory and a safe return' seem, in retrospect, to have been ironically premature."
|Sold As:||cards sent to & from the front|
|Where Sold:||Great Britain|
soldier looking out from trench at 1915 sun WE WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY XMAS AND NEW YEAR, SUCCESS, VICTORY AND SAFE RETURN
this card to be sent to the front FROM LADY RAWLINSON AND THE FRIENDS OF THE 4TH CORPS
intertwined initials of Lt. Gen. Sir Henry Rawlinson, The Commander