Volume 2: Letters written on active service, M-W, 1914-1919 - Page 242
causalties have been fairly heavy in this push but not many killed so we have not done to bad. I met a great lot of men in hospital who was in the thick of the push & they say it was terrible the way Fritz was cut up and the dead were there in hundreds.
Some of our divisions are cut up a good deal and they are breaking up some of the Battalions to make the others up to strength but I see by the papers that they are enlisting fairly well in Ausie but they will be a long time before they are in the line.
There seem to be plenty of Yanks about London & I have me very few in France but they have come over a good bit of late.
Well the flowers were just lovely and the quantity of daffadills & narcisis & Tulips and the size are great. the flower sellers in