Letter from William J.M.A. Maloney to Joseph McGarrity about how he received the letter with the good news of "your friend", and cites the 3 March 1917 edition of the 'North China herald' for the first account of the 'German corpse factory story',
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|Main Creator:||Maloney, William Joseph Marie Alois, b. 1881|
Manuscript in pencil on headed paper: "William J.M.A. Maloney / 422 Park Avenue / New York City".
Letter refers to the British propaganda stories of 'German corpse factory' in World War I, where the Germans supposedly boiled down human corpses in order to extract from them gelatine and other useful substances.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).