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June 1916
he & his staff had been drowned while on their way to Russia & also a message reporting the naval battle in the North Sea but the details are as yet unknown.
8th We arrived in port Plymouth about 12.30 A.M. & anchored in the stream. Everybody was up early & all preparations made for disembarking. At about 11 AM we left the "Briton" by the "Sir Walter Raleigh" & landed at the wharf near the railway about 11.15 AM after witnessing some very interesting shooting by the land battery of Plymouth.
The train left about 12 noon & we proceeded N.E. towards Salisbury Plains. After travelling through the most beautiful country I have ever

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