Item 03: Cameron Robertson war diary, 29 December 1916-3 February 1919 - Page 67
temperature. It was 104 degree so he forthwith bundled me into an ambulance which took me to the dressing station at Bailleul.
20th The Doctors here have diagnosed my case as Trench Fever and I am to be sent to the Base. Still feeling fairly rotten.
21st Arrived at No 2 Aust.Gen. Hospital Wimereux just outside Boulogne. The treatment is fine but I don't seem to get any ease from the pains in my legs and body.
29th Hurrah I am booked for Blighty and will leave in the next draft.
31st Left Boulogne for