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April 1917
30th. We resumed our work this morning and a fatigue party of about 20 German prisoners have been attached to my party & a few to the others. They are working very well & I am general interpreter to the lot. They are living at Tootencourt, about 5 Km away & are brought here & back in moter transports.

1st. The weather has been beautifully fine since we have been here & the trees are shooting out in green foliage. We had the Germans again to-day & are carring on with our usual work.

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