King diary, 1 April-31 August 1917 / James Clive Selwyn King - Page 51

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care where I go. Everything will come in the cause of achieving service experience.

After 10 hours – long weary hours too, I am snugly tucked away in 24 General. Thank God the people are different here. All the "show" and red tape are gone and I am in a hospital again.

Was Xrayed this forenoon, the operation is tomorrow. Then I hope a few weeks in Blighty. My companion here on one side is a Gordon Highlander, the other is a Derby man. The Scottie & I are good chums, the other chap I feel

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