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Friday, 12 August 2011

Diary Entry - 12th August, 1916

Saturday rise at 3 am and take ammunition up to the guns. It was a very misty morning and one could hardly tell whether one was on the track or not. A subs gun having returned from the workshops at Corbie is sent up to the position in the evening. At six, Sanger, Mulman and I go over to see the 12-inch gun fire and we saw her fire three shells. On the way back, we looked for some 15-inch howitzers but could only hear that they were somewhere in the vicinity and get no further, so we walked home.

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