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At day-break, it was discovered that the Germans were working
on a new line of trenches in front of Ouvrages Blancs. A good view could be
obtained from trench 67 under covering fire from heavy machine guns that
made observation from trench 66 unsafe. At least 12 men could be seen
turning up brown earth – 5 rounds rapid fire discouraged them, but not for
long. They were believed to be joining up their line, as shown by the
dotted line below.

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