The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 36, July 1932 - April, 1933 Page: 162
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162 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
my age [.] got home on 4th June[.] found all well but the"
"Here the diary ends. Barry was soon in the field and again took up
entries in his diary with his old perseverance. The remaining pages, how-
ever, approximately sixty-odd in number, were cut out by some member
of the family, according to Mr. Kos Barry, a son, probably because the
entries contained uncomplimentary personal allusions and would revive
unpleasant memories of the War.
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