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Private Dinsdale


Harrogate Herald - 2nd May 1917

Chats with the Wounded

Private Dinsdale, of the Army Veterinary Corps, is in the Royal Bath Hospital suffering from rheumatism contracted on the Western front. The AVC are doing some good work in France, where the cavalry are just now coming into their own. Horses are brought back from the firing line in various stages of being wounded, and they go into hospital as do the men. These hospitals for horses are graded from the first-aid near the lines to convalescent hospital away back from the fighting, and all along it is a wonderful system. Private Dinsdale is undergoing the treatment, and is benefiting thereby.