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Saturday, 17 August 2013

Diary Entry - 17th August, 1918

The same dumping of seventeen wagon loads of ammunition goes on in the forward area, all batteries taking part at dusk. While unloading, Cruikshank says 77 mm dropped almost on top of them, killing two horses in C subsection's team, later another horse had to be destroyed and yet another evacuated. During the morning Hoyland turned up at the wagon lines, having found his way to the 2nd Div, even though he was ordered at the base to some other unit.

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