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6th March 1918On this day:
- 17th Royal Fusiliers go into the line 17th Royal Fusiliers go into the Front Line Lavacquerie to relieve 1st Kings Regt.
Coy training – 2 Coy’s A & B intensive platoon training in the morning. Recreational training in the afternoon. C & D Coy’s recreational training in the morning. Musketry, PT & BF, close & extended order drill in the afternoon.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 6th Mar 1918 Training
- 6th Mar 1918 Bravery Recognised
- 6th Mar 1918 In Support
- 6th March 1918 Recce
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