Item 03: Sydney B. Young war diary, 15 October 1916-14 April 1917 - Page 45

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of bales of wool were stacked.     
The French people are very obliging and polite. They speak English, a good many of
them and expressed great interest in us.                                             
The Street lavatories here would never be tolerated in an English speaking country as
they are open and except for a 3 foot iron screen is open for public scrutiny.                         
After a spell in the rest camp, We entrained in horse trucks, 30 in each truck en route for
the front. We past through Yvetot and several Pastoral

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