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Thursday, 11 July 2013

Diary Entry - 11th July, 1918

Go down to the wagon lines at twelve, Siggers and I go off to Corgneaux in a Ford box car to see Russell. He sent it over for us. He had called on us a few days previous and I found that he is a Major, much to my surprise, and commands an 8' battery just south of us. It was not a nice day, being thundery and showery, but after lunch he ran us into Doullens and I had a spin on the Triumph he rides. We had quite an amusing time in the old town, shopping, and motored to our lines in St Amand for tea and it simply poured with rain on the way and when we got there.

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