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Page 84 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3

Moir, Ethel, 1918, Document
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Page 84 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
Page 84 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
Page 84 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
Page 84 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
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Page 84 from Ethel Moir Diary, Vol 3
here, but news finds its way up from Salonique! The Serbs are well up into Serbia & the British have crossed the border into Bulgaria & are pushing in. Then in Palestine, we hear, we have secured Nazareth & the Turks "have taken to their heels"! At last the end seems to be in sight. No further news of the Unit. I wonder if they are still at Denni-Pojar, or if they have moved on into Serbia yet? Oh to be fit & well & with them. How I hate this inactivity, & more especially knowing there is work to be done.

Sept: 30th Convalescent Camp - Horliack.
The war news is splendid. Rumour says there has been a most successful attack on the Cambrai Front & that 10,000 prisoners & 200 guns have been taken. In Serbia & Bulgaria things are moving rapidly & we seem to have the Bulgars well "on the run" & the defeat of the Bulgar army seems well nigh accomplished. The Allied Contingents seem to be rivalling one another in boldness & endurance & thanks to their admirable ardour & bravery, the success of the manoeuvre which is putting John Bulgar out of action is now an accomplished fact. We are told they are suing for peace! The Serbs and French have entered Uskub - quite an important town & a big railway junction & centre of the lines of communication running N. E S. and West. The British forces are pushing on in Bulgaria & in the [?] region they
1918
20.4 x 19.0 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection