May 6, 1943 – Thursday

SONY DSCThe first thing we did this morning was dig a fox hole. That is all of the protection you get here from air planes strafing you. The Germans had just bombed a town about 5 miles from us. We had a fire and one fellow was burned up pretty bad. Right after dinner we packed up and moved out again. Again the first thing you’d do was dig a fox hole. We only moved up about 5 more miles. By the time we got our camouflage nets up it was chow time and it looked like rain so I went to bed.

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