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December 1916
8th To-day we did the same as yesterday but were working this side of the Ginchy Road. & returned home about 8 P.M.
At about five to twelve Fritz landed a high explosive just outside our dugout, not two yds. from where I was sleeping. It burst through the side of the "dugout," which is partly underground, & built of iron cupolas, & wounded 12 of us. There were four stretcher cases & we had to carry them about a mile to the dressing station. The other 8 were "walking cases" & were all admitted into hospital. A small piece of shell cut through my

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