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Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Diary Entry - 13th March, 1918

Go group OP at ten a.m. and relieve the seven ones, a very quiet day and a good light. Lots of movement could be seen well behind their lines, especially on the road leading into Marcoing from Cambrai. I tried to get the heavies onto it without success. At night the Huns again bombarded with gas from round Le Quennet Farm, right up to Bourlon Wood. The guns must be moved up at night as you can see the flashes quite easily.

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