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French people don't like it at all. They think that they have just about done their bit and that if more men are wanted the other allies should find them. (They do not think that England is trying her hardest – although they are thankful to Australia for having sent many troops from so far away) (96)
Monday 25" Sept. 1916 (7pm):
Yesterday I did a bike trip from Wimereux to St. Omer a town 53 kilometres (33 miles) away inland in the direction of the firing line. I borrowed the same old service bike that I rode to Calais on & left the camp with two other chaps at 10.45 a.m. after going about 15 kilometres the other two dropped behind and as they did not catch up I went on on my own, up hill & down dale passing through numerous

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