Report from the Front: The Great War diary of Jack Halstead
We moved to the top of the cliff, being too muddy and wet below. Wagon lined shelled heavily and horses had to be taken away. Two of us on top of the bank had no intention of moving unless we were blown out. – April 3, 1918. Went up the line with ration
We moved to the top of the cliff, being too muddy and wet below.
Wagon lined shelled heavily and horses had to be taken away.
Two of us on top of the bank had no intention of moving unless we were blown out.
- April 3, 1918.
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Wagon line shelled. Bit of shrapnel tore our "bivi" cover.
- April 9, 1918
Left for line at 2am. Very dark and lively. Arrived at 4.30am. Then a new position among the shrubs. A good trench, an old German gun pit.
A lively position continually being shelled. Plenty of firing.
- April 14, 1918.