1 April 1915: Edward Thomas writes ‘Wind and Mist’
1 April 1918: death of Isaac Rosenberg
30 March 1917: Edward Thomas writes to Eleanor Farjeon: Subalterns are told nothing but I happen to know what is intended, only not what difference this rain may make.
29 March 1917: Ivor Gurney writes to Marion Scott: It is too dangerous to move towards my valise, where your letter lies, there being too many men looking for seats, and the fire being too comfortable.