Jull and I sat shivering on a railway embankment, sketching the village.
You should have seen how everyone stared. One officer took us by surprise from behind with a humorous pretence of arresting us – he was candidly puzzled.
[Image: Lincoln Lee, ‘Quievy’, dated 24 November 1918. The Artillery had rejoined the NZ Division at Quievy on 13 November, and spent until 28 November getting ready for the march to Germany]
[Image: Lincoln Lee, ‘Quievy, Nov. 18’]