This page has already been transcribed. You can find new pages to transcribe here.


[Page 101]

January 1917
29th I went for a ride in a motor this afternoon along the Amiens road as far as Ribemont. The snow is still frozen on the ground & the weather is exceedingly cold, with a bighting cold wind blowing.
At about 10 p.m. a couple of German aeroplanes flew over Albert & dropped 8 bombs. They swept the place with machine guns & then flew over towards Becaudle [Becordel] & dropped four more bombs.
Later in the night he sent over some of his big shells not very far from our hospital.
31st We have had another fall of snow to-day. I have been given a job on the hospital staff, looking after the messing arrangements, while in convalescence.

Current Status: