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Tuesday 1 May 1917

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Bombed again. 1000s of acres of Crops are ready for the Strippers here & we are eating it down by grazing Camels & Horses, & the ground has only been scratched by a wooden Plow yet bearded Barley & Wheat are good. I have already told you of natural grasses but no Timber of any description – rolling open downs.

This is the great Revolution Day & I wonder if the Socialists in Germany will show up the real feelings of the MASS of the HUNS – one would think the world was getting tired of WAR. Moved Camp again.

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