GWL 2nd July 1915

Such a hot day and not a breath of wind.  Fritz had the impertinence to put a shell near my billet the morning before we left.  My bedroom ceiling had some splinters and a window three or four holes in it.  Master not at home though…….. I must really write to Mozzer………But really these days there is not much sleep, as we have so many people up for instruction and they occupy all my time.”

At home: Munitions of War Act 1915 becomes law and `Ministry of Munitions formed.

{next post 5th July}

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