Report from the Front

PUBLISHED: 14:51 24 January 2008 | UPDATED: 15:38 11 May 2010

# Noticed a familiar face. I went down to speak to him and asked where I had seen him before. He was Gunner West, of Arsley, who had been a sergeant in the A Battery of the old Herts Brigade. The next day I was to take my gun down to the Divisional Ammuni

# Noticed a familiar face. I went down to speak to him and asked where I had seen him before. He was Gunner West, of Arsley, who had been a sergeant in the A Battery of the old Herts Brigade.

The next day I was to take my gun down to the Divisional Ammunition Column at Milly. Gunners and officers were to use the gun for instruction.

- January 29, 1918.

# Moved back to Gouches. During the day I passed the time with walks. Many an hour I sat with a book by the stove and in the evening took trips to Doullens to the cinema.

- January 31, 1918.

# A football match between Divisional Ammunition Column and Army Service Corps at Leucheau.

- February 2, 1918.

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