1914 – October 9

Arrived Mont Notre Dame at 7 a.m. Very little gun-fire compared to what there used to be and it is further away. Only the 1st. Army Corps now here and I suppose the French will soon relieve them and they will be glad to get out after nearly a month in the trenches. Frightful toothache. Left at 2.30 p.m.

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