William Fenwick Roscoe First World War - Diary 31 Oct 1914 - 24 Jan 1914

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in Top Flat. Tea with Tommies place surrounded by beautiful Orchards Thursday Sept 2 Visit by Sir John Maxwell. visited old Fort & walked right around Bay Sunday Sept 5th Church parade, English Parson, Text (5 loaves & 2 fishes) Let the men sit down. Monday Sept 6th Met Ted Langoulant who has been down with a bullet & Rheumatic fever. Walk round Gardens Officers quarters (Bad eggs for Tea Tuesday Sept 7th Three Greek women scrubbing out our room one pretty. Since leaving Home I am struck with the way the women have to work. It seems as if they have nothing to live for but to work Concert in evening (Two eyes of Grey) [Page 29]