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Etaples is not a very interesting place, especially in winter. On the outskirts of the small town are British Hospitals, base camps, Y.M.C.A. huts & canteens; also several American, Canadian & New Zealand hospitals & camps. There are plenty of W.A.A.C. girls in their brown uniforms in the place as well as 120 navy-blue clad English women who are driving motor ambulances in the area. (Note – Australians get on pretty well with the abovementioned.)
Yesterday & to-day I have been running round the villages with a motor ambulance, collecting sick from the Units of our Division, and taking them to Etaples hospitals. Yesterday my car did the 13th & 14th Field Artillery Brigades & 5th Div. Am. Column. To-day we did the 53rd & 56th Inf. Battalions. It snowed heavily last night and kept it up this morning with

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