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Enemy snipers were again less active, a patrol for the second night in succession failed to see or hear any Germans. The line would seem to be held by a different Battalion than on previous occasions in the trenches.

At midnight the enemy, which led and shouted across humourous remarks in English. This had not been reported on previous occasions, though singing had been heard.

A German bi-plane which flew over our minds at 10:00hrs in the direction of Fonquvillers, painted white and apparently quite new, closely resembled a Vickers fighting bi-plane.

Casualties: Nil

Weather: Frosty.


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