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The enemy still very inactive.

Two fighting patrols, sent out from trenches 58 and 66, between 17:00 – 21:00hrs failed to see or hear anything and returned with the impression that the German line had been less strongly held since the supposed relief of the night of the 5th (November 1915).

At 15:45hrs a sound was heard opposite trench 61; like an aeroplane engine –  a sustained clear drone. It sounded very low, almost on the ground and was followed by three loud (-?), like those of a minenwerfer. The weather was misty so that nothing could be seen and investigations failed to trace the cause.

Casualties: Nil.

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