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7th October 1918On this day:
- Holding the Line 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers report "Between 7th and 9th of October 1918
Nothing of interest to note. Battalion continued to hold the line. Hostile counter preparation was intense at periods, especially before dawn and at dusk. About twenty casualties suffered. Aerial activity greatly increased on the 9th. Each night all wire behind our line was cut in order to facilitate the advance of attacking troops in the near future.
- 7th Oct 1918 Relief in trenches
- 7th Oct 1918 Practice Scheme
- 7th Oct 1918 On the March
- 7th of October 1918 Very Active Shoots
- 7th Oct 1918 Inspections
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