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body of men have done splendid work under exceptional difficulties since their arrival here. They and the Gurkhas have a very good opinion of our men, and in speaking we say "Hulloa Johnny". They say likewise. So that we are all Johnnys. Our duties in & out of the firing line are of several different kinds. For three days we are in the firing line, and would then be put on observation or sap work. One night this week I was on duty sapping, we cut through into a secret tunnel belonging to the Turks, and had to get out at once to enable our Engineers to run a fuse (electric) to the spot, there being placed some high

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