The 1916 war diary of 2nd Lieut. Dick Willis Fleming


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12 July 1916

Posted by Dick on July 12, 1916
A very heavy dew early this morning. Stood by at 3 am and dismissed at 5.

Busy helping Brigade Headquarters who arrived this morning. Bathed later. The Col., Kirk, and the padre messed with us today. A Bosch plane came over here yesterday while I was at Kantara. The mountain battery had four shots at it, but she was well out of reach.

The West Riding Battery arrived at Romani today and are going to dig themselves into a position there.

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