Item 03: Cameron Robertson war diary, 29 December 1916-3 February 1919 - Page 50

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get a commission and I have been informed by him that it is to be a go between Baker and I for his place. Who will win one never knows!
Aug. 4th Of course it is raining! Left the Farmhouse in Vieux Berguin for Wolveringham at 9am arriving about 2.30pm. Gee, how it does rain. Violent bombardment in progress.
8th Beautiful day, but what a miserable and highly exciting and eventful night. Several teams were warned to be ready to move off to the line at 7.30 of course I was in the take. Exactly at 7.30 we moved off and simultaneously the rain came down in torrents. It was simply a deluge and very

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