Item 03: Cameron Robertson war diary, 29 December 1916-3 February 1919 - Page 23
revived some of the old songs to keep our spirits up. This wave is beginning to tell very heavily on us. One & all are heartily sick of it. Besides there is no fair play. A chap does not get a "square deal". Here I am kept under on account of a difference I had with my O.C. That is not the action of a man. From what I can learn I stand Buckley's chance of getting away to that School.
15th Cold, though the sun is shining. Several taubes flew above the camp & though they dropped bombs none fell on us.
16th Dull. About 6.45am a terrific explosion occurred. Fritz had dropped