1915

The Diary in November

Home Front anxieties and work during a dreary month… fireworks are banned.

November 1st – 5th

On the Home Front: voluntary work making hospital necessities and selling cakes to soldiers does not stifle the anxiety…and Wynne’s cousin flies in from Bristol! Fireworks are banned!

November 6th – 10th

Anxiety about her brother, and news from her husband of the terrible waterlogged conditions at the Front. A description of London during the blackout.

November 11th – 16th

Censorship matters – and then a reunion with her brother, Elliot.

November 17th – 28th

Painful farewells – delayed mails – anxiety and illness at home – and an incomplete diary.

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