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March 1917
19th We got orders late last night to be ready for an early move this morning. Our "tool carts" came up to Embassy Lane yesterday afternoon, and at 9 A.M. this morning together with them, we moved forward en route for Beulencourt Beaulecourt, about 6 Kilo's from Embassy, where we arrived about dinner time. After dinner we set to work putting a road to communicate with the rear, in a state of tempory repair. The village of in a dilapitated condition & we are billeted in the rains wherever shelter can be obtained. Luckily I have got into an old cellar of a ruined house, with six others, & apart from the stuffiness of the place we are rather comfortable & have plenty of room. The country

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