Diary of Apcar Leslie De Vine, 1 January 1917 - 31 July 1918

Place Europe: France
Accession Number RCDIG0000333
Collection number 1DRL/0240
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 1
Object type Diary
Physical description 76 Image/s captured
Maker De Vine, Apcar Leslie
Place made France
Date made 1917-1918
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Diary relating to the First World War service of 330 Sergeant Apcar Leslie De Vine, 4th Infantry Battalion. This diary spans the period 1 Janury 1917 - 31 July 1918. It opens with De Vine being wounded by a shell burst, and closes with him attending Musketry School at Lumbres. Throughout the diary De Vine comments on the weather, his daily activities, including the issue of white suits in early 1918 for raids, and his raiding activities.