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Monday, 20 August 2012

Diary Entry - 7th August, 1917

At ten a.m. go up to 400 (an OP) and relieve Siggers who has done the previous 24 hours. The light is bad and only clears up towards evening when the sun gets through the low hanging clouds. Hewitson and Vosper look in at the same time during the afternoon, the latter having been for a stroll round the trenches. About six p.m. the Vosper Bty straafed a sentry with shrapnel and must have either hit him or given him a good fright as they got some good low bursts right on top of him. I fired on zero then registered Lone Farm with No. 4 gun, one of the guns with an air recuperator.

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