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Monday, 8 July 2013

Diary Entry - 8th July, 1918

I am informed at ten a.m. that someone is due at OP from us and, as it is my turn, off I have to push, with two signallers on a three-mile walk in the hot sun. The relief should have been carried out at ten and I did not get there till twelve thirty, but Gow was very good about it. It is very quiet and I watch the Major shoot the FG from No. 10 post. He also registered one gun of the rear position and found the line all right.

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