The Huns open the morning with more “Putty Kegs” and two trench sappers are wounded.
A report states Private Moyle has died of his wounds.
Hodgson is buried alongside of Lance Corporal G.B Johnstone.
Our artillery play on German trenches with high explosive and shrapnel, whilst the Company leaves the fire trench for the support trench.
We are relieved by No 1 Company and go to Eclusier where we stay the night.
*Trench Sappers – Military/combat engineers, comes from the phrase saper, French “to dig” or “to trench”