June 23, 1918

Sunday [Tincques]

Bright & fairly warm today. Still feeling tough. Finished train and then went to Grand Servins with coke for laundry. Wrote letters home in evening.

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One Response to June 23, 1918

  1. Nigel Thomas says:

    Definitely coke – you need something to heat up all that water, and after 4 years I bet there wasn’t much wood left…

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