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a slight rise between our camp and the Channel. The O.C. Lt. Col Martin is still at No.32 Stat. Hospital & I am continuing my daily visits to him. A few days ago I had a good look at a mine which had been fished up out of the Channel & was in good "working order". The torpedoed "Sussex" (you will no doubt have seen something about her in the papers) has been in dock at Boulogne & I saw her being towed out stern first on Monday evening. (89)
Sunday 13" August (3.30 p.m):
Yesterday two of us hiked to Calais & back. We got away from Wimereux at 11.40 a.m. and made for Calais 30 kilom├Ętres distant by la "route de Calais". After passing through the villages of Wimille, Wacquinghon, Marquise, Leulinghen, Leubringhen, &

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