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World War One: Life in the Trenches
Dear Mom and Dad,
I would ask how it is back at home, but there is no point because the mail can't get out here. Anyway, I have been fighting in the trenches the past few weeks. It is pretty terrible. There are many problems that go on down hear. There are tons and tons of rats that eat all of our food. We have came to a decision on how to get rid of them. My fellow soldiers and I put some bread inside a little ditch, a bunch of rats go after it. We pour lighter fluid all over it and it cooks the rats. Later we have rat sandwiches on the bread.
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