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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Firing, no sleep. Shelled heavy for five hours.
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Building new wall to pit. Shelled heavy and Major Clark killed, Bombardier Ball wounded. Major Clark died while carrying him to aid post.
Medical officer took shelter with us in trench. Shelled heavy at the time.
- April 26, 1918.
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- April 30, 1918.