9th April 1916 to 14th April 1916 Sunday to Friday

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… We were relieved by the 10th Welsh and went into support on the Rue D’Epinette. My medical inspection room was in a tumble-down cottage. Rather a filthy place.

Maps showing Rue D’Epinette

map pic for 9 April

Maps showing Rue D’Epinette

April 13th 1916 Thursday

Douglas and the 13th Welsh returned to the frontline.

April 14th 1916 Friday.

Lt. Watkins having recovered from his bout of bronchitis reported back for duty and relieved Douglas. Douglas then made his way back to Mesplaux to be reunited with his regular unit the 130th.

The next diary post follows on 19th April.

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