Item 03: Cameron Robertson war diary, 29 December 1916-3 February 1919 - Page 72
I and two more fellows have been selected for ammunition bomb and ration carrying and I don't like my job a little bit and as we leave camp at 9pm tonight for the line, I have just made my will for who knows whether I'll come back or not.
8th The first wave went over at about 2am and for hours we marched before we caught them. Fritz was only discernable going for his life over the horizon leaving guns, stores and ammunition to us- about 6pm we arrived at Morcourt where our Btn. had its