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Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Diary Entry - 2nd March, 1916

Kellagher rises at four to meet Maasdorp at the crossroads, with the right and left sections and, as the French are late in getting out, it is daybreak before the two guns are in the pits - but luckily very misty. In registering the left section, I got a taste of the Bosch's shelling, as he drops 5.9s and pipsqueaks very close to number six gun pit.

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