[Editor: This postcard, which incorporates a photo of an Australian soldier, is from the First World War (1914-1918). The postcard is dated 28 August 1918.]
Your loving Bro, Chas
[Front of postcard]
[Photo of an Australian soldier.]
Your loving Bro
[Reverse of postcard]
[No identifying information about the manufacturer was included on the postcard.]
Dimensions (approximate): 90 mm. (width), 139 mm. (height).
The writer of this postcard is believed to be Charles Fell, of the 1st Australian Convalescent Depot, born in South Melbourne (Victoria) and who lived in Stanmore (New South Wales).
See: 1) “Private Charles Fell”, Australian War Memorial
2) “Fell Charles: SERN 14810”, Discovering Anzacs
3) “Fell, Charles”, Virtual War Memorial Australia
See also another postcard from Charles Fell:
“Christians awake!” [First World War postcard, sent by Charles Fell to his girlfriend, 28 June 1917]
bro = an abbreviation of “brother”; in a religious context, “Bro.” refers to a Brother of a religious order; “bro” can also refer to any male person (whether related or not), usually used as a friendly greeting or form of address
Chas = an abbreviation of the name “Charles”