13th June 1917

At 9am precisely the morning strafe commenced as usual.  Heavy shelling of the support lines continued at intervals throughout the day but the range was poor and apart from a few near misses so far 8th Platoon were lucky.

By afternoon news reached us of an air raid on London.

At night Bradley and I were again engaged on our conducted tour on behalf of the QVR who, as before, returned from their labours under their own steam.

Heavy shelling.
Guide party for the Queen Vics.
3rd London over the top.
Counter attacks fail.
99 prisoners and 2 officers.

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