The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
7th March 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
1800. Relieved 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers in line, with 2nd Royal Irish Rifles on left and 8 King's Royal Rifles on right.
- Zeppelin Raids on Britain Another all-Giant raid took place on 7 March: five aircraft reached England and again one was carrying a 1,000 kg bomb. This fell on Warrington Crescent near Paddington station: among the dead was Lena Ford, who had written the lyrics of the popular wartime song Keep the Home Fires Burning.
Same as yesterday but Coy’s change over.
- 7th March 1918 Mid-air collision
- 7th Mar 1918 Training
- 7th Mar 1918 Training & Lecture
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