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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Diary Entry - 24th to 26th July, 1918

On Wednesday, the Major and Cruikshank went to the WL and on Thursday I spent the day at Dorris OP (daylight only) but there was little or no movement to be shot at so we tickled up some Hun OPs and in turn had a few rounds fired in our direction. On arriving back at the Mess, find Nicholson and the General's son have arrived, the latter having come on from RAHQ. General Saunders and Roberts (DTMO) arrived round in the position soon after breakfast on Friday. Otherwise everything is as usual but good news keeps arriving from the south where the French have pushed in behind the right flank of the attacking Hun and taken a lot of prisoners and guns.

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