Titre: Letter of 18 May 1917 from Alexander Logan Waugh to his father
Auteur: Waugh, Alexander Logan, 1895-1917
Source: Archives of Manitoba, P3348, Alexander Logan Waugh 10
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went up. I felt about a mile
high, but I saw the Boshe
before the light died down-
across fifteen yards of tangle.
Snipers are pretty active too
this morning. We foolishly
stood up to have breakfast
and got a regular fuselade.
They're bursting shrapnel
over the right end of the wood
now. There is absolutely no
protection from it here.
Later. Noon.
We've been strafed with
5 gs for an hour now, landing
about 50 yards from the
edge of the woods where I'm
lying. I've slept ever since
I wrote the last part. By the
way, I've got a parcel of

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