Series 02: Anne Donnell diary, 29 December 1917 - 31 January 1919 - Page 261

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If only a welcome message had been sent across by the way I did hear that the Red Cross sent one saying Welcome Home sorry you cannot come ashore (but the R.C. has always done the nicest things. If only a few cases of Apples or Grapes had been sent across it would have shown something of a thought – it is not the people I am sure.
After taking 8 hours to get of about 50 boys we sail on our way. I could weep & weep with the ache of disappointment. C'est la Guerre - said someone but it isn't.

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