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Page 76 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3

Moir, Ethel, 1918, Document
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Page 76 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
Page 76 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
Page 76 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
Page 76 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
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Page 76 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
September 12th Verbliani.
It's like starting another diary, it's so long since my last entry! Exactly 2 months I think! Two months since I was "knocked out" - well, all I can say is, I'm very disgusted with myself!
I see my last date was July 12th - the day before I took ill - well, no use saying (or to be correct "writing") anything about it, those weeks are behind me now, but I hope it won't be long before I am allowed to be 'up & doing" again. Dr. C. hopes shortly to get me sent to the Convalescent Hospital at Horliack & a week or two there, will, I trust, make me as "right as rain again" and fit for duty -, as I am simply longing to be back at work again. The one talk everywhere just now, is the coming big offensive on this front. For weeks & weeks, the guns & ammunition etc. having been moving up & the road has been one constant stream of transports, all going up towards Wonni-Pazar, Trusina, Kapiani etc. In a few days, the offensive is expected to commence. The Serbs & French are to begin the push & great things are expected. The Serbs are quite confident & sure of success, so let us hope & pray all goes well.
But it is evidently going to be a big business. The Bulgars hold such a magnificent position & are so strongly entrenched - if the Serbs make the attempt, it must be in a large scale &
1918
20.4 x 19.0 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection