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Sunday 19th April
On cook house fatigues. Fairly easy day. Received more mail. Wrote. Weather up this way much better than in Egypt – but many mosquitos. Slept under nets. All parts of body covered after 5pm. Wrote in evening. Wolves again near camp during night.
Monday 20th April
Parade in morning, then routine march to Old Roman Road. Leave to Aleppo. Saw “Gone with the Wind” – very disappointed. Saw through many bazaars.
Tuesday 21st April
Padre gave Church Parade in morning. Routine march to native village in afternoon. Native women making fuel for fires from straw and dung. Queer team work in plugs – cow and horse, cow-donkey. On drome guard at night – over 1400 natives working there mostly women. Drome for bombers. Wolves even down near drome.
Wednesday 22nd April
Returned from drome at 7AM. Morning free started to write. Somebody in company had lice. Cleaned and stayed in tents. Slept in afternoon.
Thursday 23rd April
Usual parades. Routine march. Free afternoon. Played cards during evening.
Friday 24th April
Routine march. Proceded to Idlib (?) for hot shower – 40 miles from Bab al-Hawa Received mail (Late Feb).
Saturday 25th April
Routine march & section stalking. Guard during night 7-9-3-5-11-1.
Sunday April 26th
After guard. Free day. Washed clothes and wrote.
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Very interesting comments regarding wolves.
I didn’t realise wolves were through that area. I imagine back then that they would have been fairly plentiful but it appears they are now declining rapidly in number http://www.wolf.org/wow/asia/syria/