Arrived last night at Casualty Clearing Station at 9:30 pm. Given clean change & put to bed on a stretcher. Awake all night, very cold. Up at 6 am. Wash in bed & breakfast of porridge. At 9:30 am we are put into a car for the station & board train for Boulogne, arriving after numerous painful stops @ 6 pm. Detrained @ 7 pm. Put into bus for #2 Australian General Hospl. in marquees.
*2 AGH Boulogne, France This was a large tented hospital, and most of the patients were battle casualties. It came to specialise in the treatment of fractures. This hospital experienced many air raids. Towards the end of the war there were outbreaks of influenza. When the armistice was signed, the staff barely found time to celebrate. They were too busy treating the influenza victims who continued to arrive throughout November.