Diaries; 30th – 31st January, 1915.

Saturday 30th January: Cuinchy

Things are very quiet here today we only had a few wounded to bring down. We had a run up in the afternoon showing some Officers of another Ambulance around and passed Winston Churchill only 200 yards from the front line of trenches at Cuinchy; he was having a look around.

Sunday 31st January: Beuvry

A quiet day but terrible cold having a fall of snow last night and it is now hard frost. We were nearly frozen going up for the wounded and sick but after carrying a few wounded we got warmed up. We are expected to leave tomorrow going back for a rest. I expect it will be No.4 Field Ambulance which will relieve us as their officers were here yesterday.


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