Item 08: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 19 January-28 April 1917 - Page 10

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been nothng in orders, & he is still Major as far as we know. He had been dubbed "Woodrow Wilson" since then, & B Sqdn as neutrals

Wed 24th
I have a badly swollen throat & the Dr was thinking seriously of sending me off to Field Ambulance this morning but decided to give me till tomorrow to show an improvement; Two English Officers were out looking over the country today, a Taube flew over us today very high & received a warm welcome at El Arish from the Anti Air Craft guns.

A few more Turkish deserters came in today

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