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  • Edgar Wynn Williams Diary, 2-9 Jan 1916

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Edgar Wynn Williams from Llanelli joined the Army Service Corps as a driver. In this part of his diary, Edgar describes sailing from Devonport aboard the Corsican, accompanied by two destroyers alongside the ship. For the first few days of the voyage we read descriptions of how rough the sea was, and of passing through the Straits of Gibraltar.api ref:WVP10018

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