October 1, 1917

Monday [Auchel]

Bright & warm today. Big firing from front plain over. No letters.

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4 Responses to October 1, 1917

  1. Christine says:

    I agree that the first [?] is just the word “Big”. Looks like he changed his mind or the pen slipped. Not sure about the second [???]. Looks like “our” or “own” but neither one makes sense.

  2. SherryFromSF says:

    could it be “light” firing?
    could it be “over” ? Doesn’t make sense to me.

    • Christine says:

      Actually “over” does make sense. The firing is over, as in it stopped. I like that better than either of my suggestions, and the word easily could be “over” from looking at it again. Not sure about that first one. I see what you mean about “Light”, maybe.

  3. I’m still thinking “big” based on the first letter — more like a “b” than anything else. The “over” makes sense.

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