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Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Diary Entry - 10th January, 1917

Walford: As the rations come up in the morning, owing to the likelihood of gas shells at night  (or rations express, as they are called), Siggers accompanied them, coming up take Hoyland's place, the latter going to the WL for a rest. Siggers and I worked on the hole for the cupolas all morning. It was Y day and Bailey went up to cut more wire, firing about another 400 rounds into the blue, as it was impossible to see the wire.

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