Entente Cordiale indeed. Four French cards coming up, different manufacturers, same sentiment.
Here Tommy holds a Frenchman and a flag. Any flag’ll do.
Sadly, it all ends in tears.
Only one of the reverse sides of these cards is worth showing you, that of the third card, which is dated 26th April 1915, has an early 1915 triangular censor stamp (depending on how things go, I could show you all the different British censor stamps, which periodically changed shape, that were used between 1915 & 1918), and was sent by one Arthur Drabble (presumably), who was serving with the Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) in France at the time. A cursory check shows no record of an Arthur Drabble being killed during the war, so, hopefully, he survived.