1914 – September 10

I went down to see the remains of the guns of L. Batt R.H.A., which was caught by the Germans at 500 yards – all the guns are here though battered to pieces. Our job is a peculiar one, we leave for the front with a goods train of supplies, destination unknown, then we have to feel our way. Some day one of us will run a train into the German camp, and there will be nice treats for the Germans. Left for Villeneuve 5.30 p.m., it is nicer to get away by day-light. Hot one minute, and cold the next. I have an awful cold and can hardly speak – arrived at Villeneuve 5.45 a.m. Heaps of German prisoners.


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