Item 06: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 16 August-22 November 1916 - Page 119

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Thurs 16th
It is rather exasperating to us hearing of the coal strikes at home. The Sigs at Divisional Head Qrs heard a message in reference to it going through to the enemy on wireless yesterday & they put in the day jamming it. It is a pity they cannot work along without strikes while the war is on
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The usual grazing parades today; & this evening we got word to say we are to move at 9 oclock tomorrow morning & are to go to Willegha about 2 miles from here. busy tonight packing panniers 3 getting ready to move

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