Item 08: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 19 January-28 April 1917 - Page 116

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Sun 15th
A record sick parade this morning (120) a good many men have been sent away daily from here; A church parade was held this morning at 8 AM then an inspection of lines & horses; an inoculation for Cholera & a gas lecture taking up the day; at 11 oclock this morning the Turks commenced another bombardment but it did not last long; Planes very active as usual on both sides; We had a New Zealand Sergt lecturing on the gas, we were issued with gas helmets this morning ; we are preparing to move out tomorrow evening & expect to be fighting shortly;

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