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    Here we go...
    Not that much detail, but certainly adds a little more meat to the bones.

    Cheers, Tom


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    I have some other rather good info for you. You're very lucky in the fact that the War Diary for the battalion is available online. I was just working back from his death to see if there was anything referring to his MM and was, I must admit, surprised to find the following entry (also attached are the entries for the night on which he earned his MM. Enjoy.

    Cheers, Tom



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    [QUOTE=thorne83;1048608]I have some other rather good info for you. You're very lucky in the fact that the War Diary for the battalion is available online. I was just working back from his death to see if there was anything referring to his MM and was, I must admit, surprised to find the following entry (also attached are the entries for the night on which he earned his MM. Enjoy.

    Cheers, Tom



    Oh that's fantastic Tom , i am well pleased

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    Makes my Grouping even better after Tom has found this out for me & found the link for it in the London Gazette

    http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issu.../5034/page.pdf

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    Excellent. Nice to have found all this additional
    information on your man.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Excellent. Nice to have found all this additional
    information on your man.........!
    yes , it makes it even more personal IMO

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    in the first picture it mentions the night of 15/3/1918 & Borry Farm & St. Jean Camp , i have now come across a map photo showing Borry Farm , it is above Vampir at the 11.00 o'clock position . Does anyone have any more info on these places & perhaps photo's from March 1918 ? any info very helpful
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    Quote by HD1450 View Post
    in the first picture it mentions the night of 15/3/1918 & Borry Farm & St. Jean Camp , i have now come across a map photo showing Borry Farm , it is above Vampir at the 11.00 o'clock position . Does anyone have any more info on these places & perhaps photo's from March 1918 ? any info very helpful

    Just bringing my post back to life again as i am still looking for any info or photo's regarding Borry Farm & St. Jean Camp , so if anyone can help it would be fantastic

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