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Frank Swannell Diaries: Part I

Diaries of Frank Cyril Swannell Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-0392 - Box 1, Volume 4-5

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Day 8h, 16m.] long January, 1915 [15th, Sun rises 8h. 2m.

Sunday 10 -10-355] 1st after Epiphany

Monday 11 [ 11-354] Hilary Law Sittings begin

So Kitchener plans in London Town, French is standing at bay, Jellicoe's ships ride up and down, Holding the sea's highway. And you that loaf where the skies are blue, and play by a petticoat hem, These are the men who are fighting for you What are you doing for them

Bravo, then, for the men who fight! To hell with the men who play!

Tuesday 12 [12-353]

It's a fight to the end for honour and friend, It's a fight for our lives today!

Fred. E. Weatherly

Addresses Douglas Macdougall 4th Field Ambulance 2d Canadian Contingent - Shornecliffe

Wednesday 13 [13-352]

Dr Stewart Moore - 'The Châlet" Kingswood Road - Upper Norwood London SE (Mrs Bernie's brother

Mme Alida Bouquet Steenwerelt Nord

BC Archives, MS-0392 Box 1 Volume 4 / FRANK SWANNELL PAPERS / Diary and enclosures, 1915.

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