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CARMARTHEN. I e manage to pop a few Germans sometimes," say6 Pte. J. R. Thomas in a letter written in the trenches to his parents at Hawke's Villas, Carmarthen, and that's only when they raise their heads out of the trenches," he adds. "We have had to move from one village on account of the German shells. There's plenty of sport out here, for only the- other day I rose three hares whilst cross- ing a ploughed field. It is nothing to see bombs drop here. and there are a large number of ruined Rouses."

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