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Thursday, 14 March 2013

Diary Entry - 14th March, 1918

Misty morning with wind in the east from the Hun lines. A lot of buzzing could be heard in their lines, sounding like motors - and lots of them - so I reported it to the brigade as probably enemy tanks moving up under the mist, adding a little more wind to the already windy staff.  Colonel and Vaisey came in for lunch. I slept at guns, the Huns again gassed us, commencing about nine p.m. and carrying on for one and a half hours.

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