Report from the Front - The Great War diary of Jack Halstead
Moved guns 100 yards forward. Dug pits on side of hill. – April 17, 1918. Dug pit lower. Another attack expected. One of each detachment had to keep up each night. – April 21, 1918. Firing, no sleep. Shelled heavy for five hours. – April 25, 1918. Buildi
Moved guns 100 yards forward. Dug pits on side of hill.
- April 17, 1918.
Dug pit lower. Another attack expected. One of each detachment had to keep up each night.
- April 21, 1918.
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