picked the man with three stripes on his arm. Colour is lent to this argument by the fact that two days later a sniper was found near this part and killed by the Cheshires. Thank goodness this was the last of the two days in the trenches and in the evening we returned to the Infantry Barracks and I had to relate the incident to many of the “stay at homes”, including Q.M.S.Williams and others who never went to the trenches.
Sunday 28th March. Rested up. Saw Dave Robertson and Ralph Dodd. Service in the Barracks at 4 p.m. Very touching one especially for those who had lost friends in the last few days.
Monday 29th. Ben and I had a fine and long to be remembered dinner at a cafe named the L’Epee Royale. There was a piano in the room and a Belgian Soldier