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Friday, 1 June 2012

Diary Entry - 1st June, 1917

Walford: Cold rather better but still off the oats. During stables at eleven a.m the army vet came round the horses and ticked off Sergeant Lundie, our veterinary sergeant. A small stores inspection at two in the gun park, and we were all surprised to see we had not lost more stuff after what we had been through. Sandford, Bellew and self had tea in the town. After dinner, Nicholson and the others went to see a family, the daughter of which said she would teach them French.

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