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John Moyle War Diary

War diary of John Moyle and enclosures. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-2365

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all morning for the C.O. He did not come. Had a letter from [illegible] Baker & R. White & Jessie. Moyle [illegible] 'Fed up', Wrote Bakers. Ben's birthday.

April 10th Cycled in H.Q. A very rough ride heavysnow & very windy. Busy on roads. Bought two trout for 11 Frs.

April 11th Very windy in morning. In Orderly room all morning. In afternoon C.S.M. Thornburrow & I went on rounds. Caught in a very heavy snow storm. Had two letters from Jessie, also wrote her. Saw two lorry loads of German wounded prisoners go by. The sky on fire. Everything seems very favourable for us.

April 12th Roads very bad, three inches of snow. West to NOYELLE-VION to attend a Field General Court Martial. Three prisoners. Colonel Moody C.B. & an A.S.C. Captain & myself comprising the Court. No rations arrived for the men.

BC Archives, MS-2365 Box 2 File 2 / MOYLE, Theresa Susan Yoder, 1905 - . Victoria. / John Moyle, diary and enclosures, 1914 - 1928.

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