Item 07: Hector Brewer diary, 17 November-12 December 1918 - Page 40
compulsory one. On awaking this morning and feeling the exceeding coldness of the atmosphere the padre thoughtfully decided to have a voluntary service and intimated as much to Bn. Hqrs. who approved but as usually forgot to inform the Companies, at any rate 'C' Company, with the splendid result stated above.
I returned to our "ice chest" after parade and watched Dicko's futile efforts to make
ing the fire burn.
Billy Palmer blew in after a while and stated that he was orderly officer for the day, that he was about to inspect our billets in company with one, Chunder Loo and
that that he therefore