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Friday, 11 January 2013

Diary Entry - 11th January, 1918

A lecture by Cpt Marshall of D36 at ten a.m on the pneumatic buffer. The Colonel chipped Hossack in the middle of it for smoking, otherwise everything went smoothly. Being orderly officer, I took an inspection of No.1's boxes and telephone stores in the afternoon. We drew five quite good mules as remounts but were in need of horses to replace our gun teams in several subsections. The battery played 16th battery at soccer and won 1 nothing. A thaw sets in towards evening.

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