Item 05: M.C. Evans war diary, 16 June-8 November 1917 - Page 103

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Gaza the first day but I don't know.
There are an enormous number of troop up here now & our communications lie along the main Hebron road, a really splendid metal road, which runs past were we are camped & while I have been writing au our a neverceasing stream of big motor lorries with stores & munitions, batteries of guns, long lines of motor ambulances have been passing by. And so, with a fervent hope for an undisturbed night, to bed.

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