September 25, 1943 – Saturday

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Norris Butts

Norris Butts

We not only have to worry about enemy artillery but are own artillery are having their shells timed wrong and they are breaking just over our heads. One hunk of shrapnel hit about 10 feet from me. You could hear the other pieces humming all over. Not much else happened.

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