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Diary of David Eichel, 1917
communication we should send it to him Monday. Also agreed to interview all the I.B.S. men - Klein, & Koretz with S. Sterenstein as interpreter. Practically all the new COs were present, 7 in actual no. I feel the I.B.S. men and Klein will accept non-com. service.
[May 13, 1918] Bowin reported that Gen. Bell informed him that every thing going on in the C.O. barrack is known to Headqs. He even quoted what I had written to Trix to the effect with the possible exception of the General we were the most popular men