February 13, 1944

[Plymouth]

Went to divisions and church in morning. Wrote letters & went to canteen in afternoon. Went to bed early.

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2 Responses to February 13, 1944

  1. Nigel Thomas says:

    I think “diversions” should read as “divisions” – a part of a ship’s company – see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ship%27s_Company. Divisions in this sense would be some kind of muster / parade / assembly before or ready for church parade. Confusingly, several navies including Canada’s also have larger command units also called divisions.

  2. Thanks, Nigel — you’re probably right, I made the change here and in yesterday’s post.

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