Diary of John Henry Fisher, item 14

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when very dark.

Tuesday May 1 Very easy day

nothing doing until after tea

36 Waggons to load

Wednesday May 2 Another

pay-day received 10 Francs

Sunday May 6 Sent a letter

to Bob Ingleby

Monday May 7 Sent a letter

to P.K. saw Aeroplane come

down damaged by gun fire

Tuesday May 8 Marched

14 miles for Box Respirators

had to come away without

any. March for nothing

Thursday May 10 Went for a

walk in the evening to

Villers du Bois, village

smashed to ruins

Friday May 11 Marched to

Villers du Bois for Box respirators

Had to go in a chamber


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when very dark.

Tuesday May 1 Very easy day

nothing doing until after tea

36 Waggons to load

Wednesday May 2 Another

pay-day received 10 Francs

Sunday May 6 Sent a letter

to Bob Ingleby

Monday May 7 Sent a letter

to P.K. saw Aeroplane come

down damaged by gun fire

Tuesday May 8 Marched

14 miles for Box Respirators

had to come away without

any. March for nothing

Thursday May 10 Went for a

walk in the evening to

Villers du Bois, village

smashed to ruins

Friday May 11 Marched to

Villers du Bois for Box respirators

Had to go in a chamber



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  • December 22, 2017 15:11:21 Thomas A. Lingner

    when very dark.

    Tuesday May 1 Very easy day

    nothing doing until after tea

    36 Waggons to load

    Wednesday May 2 Another

    pay-day received 10 Francs

    Sunday May 6 Sent a letter

    to Bob Ingleby

    Monday May 7 Sent a letter

    to P.K. saw Aeroplane come

    down damaged by gun fire

    Tuesday May 8 Marched

    14 miles for Box Respirators

    had to come away without

    any. March for nothing

    Thursday May 10 Went for a

    walk in the evening to

    Villers du Bois, village

    smashed to ruins

    Friday May 11 Marched to

    Villers du Bois for Box respirators

    Had to go in a chamber


  • December 10, 2017 19:27:13 Annick Rodriguez

    when very dark.

    Tuesday May 1 Very easy day

    nothing doing until after tea

    36 Waggons to load

    Wednesday May 2 Another

    pay-day received 10 Francs

    Sunday May 6 Sent a letter

    to Bob Ingleby

    Monday May 7 Sent a letter

    to P.K. saw Aeroplane come

    down damaged by gun fire

    Tuesday May 8 Marched

    14 miles for Box Respirators

    had to come away without

    any March for nothing

    Thursday May 10 Went for a

    walk in the evening to

    Villers du Bois village

    smashed to ruins

    Friday May 11 Marched to

    Villers du Bois for Box respirators

    Had to go in a chamber



  • December 10, 2017 19:25:06 Annick Rodriguez

    when very dark.

    Tuesday May 1 Very easy day

    nothing doing until after tea

    36 Waggons to load

    Wednesday May 2 Another

    pay-day received 10 Francs

    Sunday May 6 Sent a letter

    to Bob Ingleby



  • December 10, 2017 19:23:26 Annick Rodriguez

    when very dark.

    Tuesday May 1 Very easy day

    nothing doing until after tea

    36 Waggons to load

    Wed


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    Areas of Arras, France and Ypres, Flanders

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Jeanette Payne
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May 1, 1917 – May 11, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front

  • Artillery
  • Gas Warfare
  • Recruitment and Conscription
  • Transport



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