WW1: Experiences of an English Soldier publishes the diaries of one William Henry Bonser Lamin, a British soldier, as a blog. Each dated document appears on the Web on the same dates they were composed. It appears in two sites, one with commentary, and another offering the journals themselves.
From one entry:
September 23rd 1917. Dear Jack I have received your letter and I got the cigs alright. You did not mention about the mug you had got for Willie it will be very nice. I will tell Ethel he has to use it. The raid you read about in the papers was made by our Battalion. B Coy went over and we, no 12 platoon C. Coy stood to. It was made to get a prisoner or two, to get information which they did, they lost one man and two wounded, it happened about five one morning. I got a slight wound in the face with shrapnel but not much it is alright now, I did not go to the doctor. There as been a big advance this last day or two but I have been left out. We get left out in turns.we are expecting our Coy out tonight. We have some rough times out here but I think the Germans have it rougher. We have to make the best of it. I should be glad when it is all over.