Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 97

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then some go out scouting through the lines as soon as a nigger is sighted the scouting party make a charg there is no need to call for the blanket The yells of the nigger &amp: laughing of the crowd tell the tale. All you hear from the nigger is ma squash I don't know it means. As soon as they hear one yell now there is a general clearance. They don't care for the sensation at all.Well I think that is all I can tell you this time. Will write the Miss Smiths later on
Love to all From
Your sincere
son Clyde

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