GWL 1st March 1915

Rather busy this morning, will write again when another opportunity offers.  Very well; rather cold and windy.”

I just wrote a few words an hour or so ago, things seeming rather brisk somewhere.  Damn Fritz!  He is no gentleman.  The nuns have got my washing and cannot let me have it until Wednesday and I have not had my bath!  A black Monday.  It snowed a bit last night and now it looks rather like rain.”

British blockade of German East Africa commences.  Antivari bombarded by Austrian squadron.  Joint declaration signed by Great Britain and France to prevent trade by or with Germany. (From: Principle events of the Great War)

{next post 2nd March}

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