The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
3rd February 1917On this day:
- Heavy Shelling at Beaumont Hamel Heavy shelling all night as C coy relieve B coy 16th Btn Northumberland Fusilers in the front line and locate the enemy in posts in Ten Tree Alley.
- Enemy Front Line Bombarded 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report
Y47 Trench Mortar Battery bombarded the enemy's front line across the Railway Cutting with sixty rounds and no retaliation of any importance.
- 3rd February 1917 Courses and reliefs
- 3rd Feb 1917 Artillery In Action
- 3rd Feb 1917 MO to Hospital
- 3rd of February 1917 Wire Cutting
- 3rd of February 1917 Routine Work
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