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Date: August 9th 1917

Aug 9 - Shelled on way to work. Shell burst about thirty feet on one side of train that the boys in [One] received a scalp wound with shrapnel. Heavy shelling of the Valley was kept up until about 10 a.m. during this time we took shelter in the ruins of the Village of Vaulx. The rest of the day was quiet.