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Sunday, 10 March 2013

Diary Entry - 10th March, 1918

Being orderly officer have a good day with the Lewis gun as the Hun persisted in coming over to register some of the back area positions. I must have got off 400 rounds when the gun jammed and we had to pull it to pieces, finding a small part broken. As it was a nice still evening, the Hun started to put over gas shell at eight p.m, continuing for about three hours, but having good dug outs well curtained, we were not bothered at all, though the infantry had heavy casualties.

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