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4th June 1917On this day:
- Heavy Shelling 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report
One gun of C236 knocked out and destroyed by a direct hit during heavy shelling of C236. D236 on harassing fire all day. A one round per minute bombardment at 2200 by all Batteries on enemy headquarters and much firing during the night. D236 had two howitzers destroyed.
Conference of BGRA (Brigadier General Royal Artillery) and Group commanders at ‘C’ Group headquarters.
- 4th June 1917 Routine
- G.6.a NEAR ROCLINCOURT
Battalion took over work on roads 40 men by night 160 by day, remainder training.
- 4th Jun 1917 Ammunition Dump Targeted
- 4th Jun 1917 On the March
- 4th Jun 1917 In Reserve
- 4th Jun 1917 Training
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