John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War
Tuesday, January 31st, 1899  Diary View

Tuesday Jan 31/99
Weather delightfull as ever there is no Mail left sins the Zealandia left everything remains quiet every where we have 7 men on Outpost our Officer are getting uneasy about the captured Men as the have not returned yet this day we issued our Ration to the Company wich is allways a buisy day our Ration re verry satisfactory now we have good Potatoes and Onions now right along the Sick List remains the same


Weather delightful as ever. There is no mail left since the Zealandia left. Everything remains quiet everywhere. We have seven men on outpost. Our officers are getting uneasy about the captured men as they have not returned yet. This day we issued our ration to the company which is always a busy day. Our rations are very satisfactory now. We have good potatoes and onions now. The sick list remains the same.
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