March 10, 1944 – Friday

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SONY DSCI was on guard last night from 10 to 2 am. Company commander came in the orderly room and said that a couple of the men were hurt. Jerry threw an artillery barrage in on them. They got some small cuts out of the deal. We worked around the supply all day. At night I wrote a few letters and went to bed early. They have been shooting over our head, and the shells are landing about 400 yrds from us. All day they have been doing it. It looks like they would get tired.

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