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April 1917
2nd continued The weather has been bitterly cold all day & at about 4 P.M. we had a very heavy fall of snow which lasted about an hour & a half, & with a strong wind, almost a gale, blowing all day, things have been rather miserable.
At about 3 AM this morning the anti-aircraft guns near here were firing at some of Fritz's planes & again at about 8 a.m. when seven of them came over. No damage was done & they were driven off.
I received orders to-night to return to the company with the party to-morrow morning.

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