-German trouble. All Britishers turned out of Barracks 1,
14, 15 and Tea House and P.G.'s turned in. The turn-out was awful and
resembled Petticoat Lane on a Sunday morning-bedding, clothing, foot-
gear, jam, bread, butter, all being dumped in the yard until the unfortunates
could find quarters. About 600 P.G.'s altogether, 70 from Barrack 7. The
P.G.'s who were allocated to Nos. 14 and 15 were allowed to take their own
bedsteads, but the Britishers who left there had slept on the wooden floors.
An awful mess.
On the whole, the move was a wi:se one. Once the pro