Item 04: Frank Valentine Weir letter diary, 1 January-31 December 1918 - Page 177

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25 June 1918 Tuesday (X to X crossed out but later said by FW to be not scratched out)
Rations are wonderfully good fancy out here getting Australian Frozen Meat it comes with lumps of ice on the cover also fresh Bread baked in Jerusalem, small issue of Limejuice & everything is being done to reduce sickness A fine "Gazelle" came past our Barb wire & we could not resist having a Shot made "Jacko" think we were after something.
X Still very hot, nights full moon make the hills & Valley stand in bold relief- Big guns rumble & echo like a thunderstorm in the mountains, the air being so dead & heavy 1200 ft below the Sea X This is not scratched.

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