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Gunner James Tulip

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 30th January 1918

Chats with the Wounded

Gunner James Tulip, of the Royal Field Artillery, is in the St George's Hospital with shrapnel wounds in the arm and body. He was in the Bullecourt sector. A comrade and he had just gone into a dugout to get some sleep when a shell came over and blew the dugout in, burying the pair of them and killing his companion. Fortunately for Tulip help was at hand and others of the battery dug him out. He went into hospital in France and came straight over from there to Heatherdene Hospital, being subsequently transferred to St George's, where he is now doing nicely.

 

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