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8th September 1918On this day:
- 8th Sep 1915 Inspection
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
At 1400 move was made to Berthen. Battalion Headquarters and A Company at R.16.d.60.50, B and D at Sutton Farm and C Company in Berthen. Route via S.17.c.75.80 – Bailleul – St Jans Cappel – Schaexhen.
- Further Belgian Advances 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade
All batteries cooperated with the Belgian Army on our left in pushing forward their front line by about 500 yds.
- 8th September 1918 Relieved unit in trenches
- 106th Field Coy on the move 106th Field Coy RE marched back to Beaurainville and a big French Town on 8th September 1918. Here they met Women from the WACS. The 106th were getting ready for the big day, expecting that the war would soon be over
- 8th Sep 1918 Into the Trenches
- 8th Sep 1918 Heavy Rain
- 8th Sep 1918 In the Trenches
- 8th of September 1918 Wet Weather
- 8th Sep 1918 Competition
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