27 March 1918; Wednesday

On duty all night but not much to do. Laid down about 4 o’clock. Dreadfully cold and scarcely slept at all. In bed from about 9 until dinner-time. Turned out again at night but got down to it about 10 o’clock and slept all night.

Germans headed† up somewhere behind Hébuterne.

14 or 15 prisoners, 2 killed and about 6 wounded.