Volume 2: Letters written on active service, M-W, 1914-1919 - Page 421

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7th A.A.S.C.
4th Inft. Bgde
N.Z. & A Divn
On A. Service

Dear Drs

It is some while since I had a letter from you but I heard that measles, smallpox & probably a few more of the 7 ancient plagues are keeping you busy.

I am still in the land of unpleasantness & doing well.

Jaundice is common here & monotony of diet gets the credit of its origin.
I understand it differs from the ordinary complaint, in that the intestines are the seat of the trouble. It is mostly accompanied by diarrhoea with the usual yellow skin & eyes.
"Played-out" swells the sick reports. Mumps & Measles add to the list.

The Anzac Medical Ass'n, is the latest institution here. I cannot say who they have on their black list. Probably it is the Turks & The Ordnance Dept.

Pow-wows are held regularly every 2nd Sunday – Shelling permitting.
All the high-browed specialists

[Written sideways in the left-hand margin:] Don Dunlop 9.8.32

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