The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
3rd September 1918On this day:
- 3rd Sep 1914 German Army Moves SouthEast
- Daily Activity At 0700 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers moved to Eastwood Camp (T.14.a.90.60). At 1900 we relieved the 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers and 12th Royal Irish Rifles in the line. Battalion Headquarters was formed at T.9.d.90.60. The line taken over ran through St Quentin Cabaret – T.11.b.60.00 – L'Alouette with Comapnies A, B, C and D from right to left, this line being about 500 yards in rear of line expected to be taken over.
- 3rd Sep 1918 Under Bombing
- 3rd September 1918 Ongoing Action
- 3rd September 1918 Reserve Area
- 3rd Sep 1918 Patrols Push Forward
- 3rd Sep 1918 Line Held
- 3rd Sep 1918 In the Trenches
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