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Lance Corporal McClean


Harrogate Herald - 3rd January 1917

Chats with the Wounded

Lance Corporal McClean, of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, is in the Police Convalescent Home with shrapnel wounds in the leg. It was on the West front and they were in No Man's Land waiting for the signal to go forward. A shell came over, and McClean was wounded for the third time in the war. He was wounded for the first time on March 14th, 1915, at Neuve Chapelle, and the second occasion was on July 1st at Albert. He has been out over two years, joining the forces in France in October, 1914. McClean is now going on well.


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