The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
9th December 1915On this day:
- Moves and Inspections 6th County of London Brigade RFA report an Inspection of all horses of the Brigade by the ADVS was postponed.
A Lecture was held by a member of the Institute of Munitions Staff at HQ 5th London Brigade RFA.
Billets of the Brigade were inspected by the Senior Medical Officer and a satisfactory report was made.
42 men arrived as a draft from 47th Divisional Ammunition Column and all units are now supernumerary. (above establishment).
Capt W. Cooper temporarily attached to 16th London Battery with effect from this date.
- 9th December 1915 9th Lancers Inspection Parade
- 9th Dec 1915 Songs on the Dug-Out "Piano"
- 9th Dec 1915 Wet Day
- 9th Dec 1915 Under Shellfire
- 9th Dec 1915 Gallant Rescue Attempt
- 9th Dec 1915 Training
- 9th Dec 1915 In Reserve
- 9th Dec 1915 Recce
- 9th December 1915
- 9th Dec 1915 Quiet
- 9th December 1915
- 9th to 12th December 1915
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