The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
6th April 1915On this day:
- Welsh Border Brigade Inspected At Bailleul the whole brigade assembled for inspection by General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien, their Army Commander.
- 6th April 1915 9th Lancers attack
- Visit by new ADMS Col. B H Scott the new ADMS* 6th Division visited the Field Ambulance this morning.
*Assistant Director Medical Services
- 1st Bn Herts take over from Coldstream Guards Bn took over trenches at Givenchy from the 3rd Bn Coldstream Guards. Nos. 1&3 Coys in front line, Nos. 2&4 Coys in second line.
- 6th Apr 1915 5th Lincs on the March
- 6th Apr 1915 Training
- 6th Apr 1915 Warwcks on the March
- 6th Apr 1915 In Billets
- 6th Apr 1915 Inspection
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