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April Wednesday 11 1917

3rd Field true to their reputation of being great workers have us up at 6.30! Parade 7 a.m. breakfast & to duties at 8 a.m. our usual breakfast time in our own unit. Erect more tents during day.
A very heavy snowfall again this evening inches deep. The past winter has been declared the severest for many years past & even now in April we have had more cold with rain & snow as to make it almost a record. We should be well seasoned before it is all over. God forbid that we have to go through another winter campaign, but I hardly think either side is able to stand that much less so Fritz.
14,000 prisoners taken at Arras we're told with much ammunition & guns.

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