The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
9th September 1914On this day:
- Period in waiting mode E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA started at 0500 and moved to Chateau Perreuse where we waited until 1600 while our armies were attacking the Marne. Moved to Rougeville where we bivouacked at 1800.
- 9th September 1914 move to billets
- 9th September 1914 Battle of Marne
- 9th Sep 1914 On the Move
- 9th Sep 1914 Bridge Work
- 9th Sep 1914 On the March
- 9th Sep 1914 Recruitment
- 9th Sep 1914 Prisoners Taken
- 24th Heavy Battery RGA embark 24th Heavy Battery RGA sailed from Southampton, HQ and Right section on board SS Caledonian, Left section and Ammunition Column on SS Rowanmore. Both ships sailed at about 8 pm.
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