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Thursday, 21 February 2013

Diary Entry - 21st February, 1918

A high wind blowing but very clear and the Huns started shelling the vicinity with five nines and four twos. There seemed to be no particular target but he got several men in the 47th Bty. I went up to Rocket and relieved a new seven one officer. There was a wonderful light and all kinds of movement (such as trains) could be seen well back. An observation balloon could also be plainly seen on the ground north of Rumilly and should think 60-pounders could have easily reached it but did not see anyone fire at it.

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