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Dear diary As I write this entry, going over the top has already been delayed by 48 hours. I dont think that they will delay it again as I guess they just want us to go over the line.

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Dear diary As I write this entry, going over the top has already been delayed by 48 hours. I don't think that they will delay it again as I guess they just want us to go over the line. The soldiers said that the Germans have no training or skill to fight but I don't think that they would let German's fight if they don't know how to fight for their country. They wouldn't send an army, no matter how big it was, without any training. Even we had training to become better soldiers and we are just voluntaries. ...read more.

Middle

4:15 Forty five minutes to go. Getting close to the dead line thinking if I'm going to make it or not. Men are lining up like children at a candy store expect of being in joy when walking in as we are meet but fear. One by one each second feels like a minute; each minute feels like an hour. Why are we going over now? I think the Germans know we are coming, so why don't we just catch them off guard. That will make them confused or shocked. The sooner we do this, the easier it will be. ...read more.

Conclusion

At this point in time we've all becoming like family. As we walk to the western front we hear guns beginning to set off I guess I was right they knew we were coming. I start to shake in fear when we are lining up for the final time. Then the leader of the army tells us not to worry it's just a walk over and no British should be scared because we're showing pride for our country and we should not give up and if we did we are not British. You may take our life but we are men, we fight for our country and we do this for England and our king! ?? ?? ?? ?? Mathew Sutton ...read more.

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