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Sunday, 9 June 2013

Diary Entry - 9th June, 1918

At eleven a.m. the Colonel, Major Mills, Flemming, Crabtree and Pocock, two new subalterns, went round the rear defence lines and looked at all the probable gun positions for each line. We lunched in Agney Duissans on a sandwich and biscuit, getting back about three p.m. Find that Nicholson has come down in the afternoon in order to dodge church which is being held in the Mess.

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