Mosman 1914-1918


E.S. "Gordon" Lacey - Diary 3

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3rd to 6th Oct.

stops till we arrived at Oxford next morning. After Oxford our next stop was at Basingstoke Salisbury and Dinton where we got out and marched to [Hardcott?] Camp. We were [bunged?] into isolation as soon as we arrived (Wednesday) but we did no drill until Saturday when we went for a [routine?] march. The houses round here look very strange with their thatched rooves and a glance round the country gives you the impression of a sleeping England. The drill here is interesting, in the morning there is musketry, physical jerks, and squad drill. In the afternoon we have musketry, Bayonet

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