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Friday, 21 June 2013

Diary Entry - 21st June, 1918

After breakfast Major goes to seven ones gun line to say goodbye to the men but comes round in stables and seems to have a wonderful eye for horses, which is hardly to be wondered at considering he had been a horse dealer in Ireland before the war. The guns are relieved at three p.m. by a battery from the 15th Div. and they bring six guns to our lines in the afternoon, three springs and three recuperators, we leaving our guns in the position. That evening we all went to Turnip Tops - in fact I think the whole brigade were there. The show went with a wonderful swing.

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