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9th November 1915On this day:
- Hostile Batteries Observed 6th County of London Brigade RFA at
2/Lt C.E.H Lloyd proceeded to England on 9 days leave of absence.
At 1300 Short bombardment of trench H.25.b.8.7 to H.25.b.10.3 and communication trench from H.25.b.9.6 – H.26.a.4.6.
At 1900, 1920 and 1950 short bombardment of tracks from H.20.c.4.8 – H.20.central and from H.20.a.5.1 – H.20 central.
In all cases, unless otherwise stated, 2 salvoes per battery are fired. Railway Alley was again fired on, also Chalk Pit Wood and Quality Street.
15th, 16th and 17th London Batteries each observed flashes of 2 hostile batteries.
- 9th November 1915 9th Lancers in Billets
- 9th Nov 1915 Training
- 9th Nov 1915 Tea at the Nurses' Club
- 9th Nov 1915 Instruction
- 9th Nov 1915 Artillery Active
- 9th Nov 1915 Reliefs
- 9th November 1915 Trench repairs
- 9th November 1915 Trench cleaning
- 9th Nov 1915 Survivor
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