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  • Edgar Wynn Williams Diary, 30 Dec 1915 - 1 Jan 1916

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Edgar Wynn Williams from Llanelli joined the Army Service Corps as a driver. In this section he describes the scenes at Devonport and going aboard the ship Corsican, part of the Allen line of Glasgow, where he is placed in second class accommodation. He describes the loading of the ships with ammunition and equipment, and writes about celebrating the New Year.api ref:WVP10016

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