Monday, March 12, 2007

Wednesday 15th November 1933

Lithos at work. Regulating fires most of the day. Cleaner work but not so interesting; time goes slower.

TocH meeting at Laleham again. A crowd of us met en-route and walked together. Speakers from London (Lieut. Col. Grant) on TocH traditions and ideals. Tackled him about the Silence and a workmans verdict – “bloody mockery” - but he was pretty guarded in his reply. Gathered he thought Remembrance Day rather feeble. Four of us returned on foot to Staines and ran a long way, through cold, thick fog.

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