24th September 1943

Another glorious morning, though cold.  Slept well after an alarm at 1 am.  The Americans went out in great force again at about 7, and were coming and going all morning.  Cycled in rather later than I intended.  Tractor work going on in both Suffolk and Essex.  Saw a huge American tractor pulling a tank-carrier, driven by a black man.  He stopped at the bottom of Brook Street to ask the way.

Had lunch with little Daphne Young, most amusing.

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