Monthly Archives: September 1916

20th September 1916

At sea. Much colder and today we are in blues again. Sighted land at noon. Arrived Halifax at 5-40 p.m. The Antrim has gone out. The Leviathan has arrived from England with Admiral Browning and his Staff. He is in … Continue reading

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19th September 1916

At sea. Early this forenoon a notice was put up informing us that the ship was returning to Halifax and would arrive there tomorrow evening. A small cruiser (Isis?) appeared on the scene about 8-30 a.m. so I presume she … Continue reading

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18th September 1916

At sea. Rig:- All whites. Stopped three steamers today. Went to Cinema show this evening. Charlie was featured “In the Park”, a picture that has been shown aboard here on a previous occasion, but still was acceptable, since it is … Continue reading

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17th September 1916

(Sunday) At sea. Rig:- white trousers, serge coat. Rather warmer today. For the first time since I have been afloat I had to attend “Divisions” today, thanks to the Captain having suddenly woke up and trying to make matters “a … Continue reading

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17th September 1916

(Sunday) At sea. Rig:- white trousers, serge coat. Rather warmer today. For the first time since I have been afloat I had to attend “Divisions” today, thanks to the Captain having suddenly woke up and trying to make matters “a … Continue reading

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