Up shortly after 7. Packed up ready to move. Heard that the Germans had retired and our people advanced to the position which they were going to attack this morning. Also rumour that leave will open shortly. Wrote letter to Mother and talked about pre-war work and turned in about 9.20. Read scraps from Everyman1. Moved to Vendegies2.
Up about 7.30. Washed and cleaned up. The bearers and an A D S party went up in the early afternoon. AB Wood, Cox, Tresand† and I left behind. Moved our billet digs in the village in the middle of the day. Wrote letters to Charlie and Ernie at night and did a little French. Had good sleep.
Up at 8 o’clock. Waited about for the horse ambulance. The boys marched off at 9 o’clock. Moved up shortly after dinner in cars and arrived at Montrecourt1 before tea. Played Black Lady at night and turned in about 9. News through that our sailors occupied the forts of the Dardanelles & the Bosphorus and that Germany may agree to our armistice before the end of next week.