Thursday, January 08, 2009

Wednesday 23rd June 1943

Once again the kitchen staff has been changed; cordial relation are still being maintained between kitchen and linen. In return for receiving the pick of the linen – a useful privilege in this hospital, where much of the linen is shoddy – the kitchen provides the linen-man with a cup of tea each reveille. And very nice, too!

Quite a few patients have now gone through the ritual of dental exams. and have had the magic letter “B” placed against their names in the “disposal” column on the roll of patients. In this ward there are 5 of us – Hurren, Siverman, Smith, Store and myself. John Store is still in 37 but seems a little more composed today.

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