28 Feb 1943, W J Carrie's wartime diary
It's just 4pm - 7am with you and I suppose even on Sunday you'll be up or getting up. This is the end of another month and still we can see no signs of deliverance. Only in Russia is any progress being made - we seem terribly tied up in North Africa and because of that, I suppose, nothing seems to be going on in Burma or in the South. We are so tired of waiting but we must just have patience and carry on.
Later now 6pm. - 9am with you. I got a bit depressed when I thought of you all and started writing - but what's the use?