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10th August 1916On this day:
- Movements 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery leave
Brigade moved to bivouac site near Lanches. A start was made from Vitz Villeroy at 0600 and it arrived at Lanches about 1230, marching by Willencourt-Bernatre-Argenville and Beau Metz - a halt being made at Argenville for water.
- 10th August 1916 Further relocation
- 10th Aug 1916 A Visit From the King
- 10th Aug 1916 On the March
- 18th Durhams HQ moved from Le Hamel to Essars
At 20.05. 18th Battn DLI relieved 2nd Wilts, vacated billets & moved into trenches East of Festubert, B Co. & D Co. in Front Line right & left, C & A Co in Support Lines. Hants Battn on right 16th West Yorks on left. 15th West Yorks & 1 Co. 11th East Yorks in Bde Reserve. Wagon line moved into billets at Le Touret.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 10th Aug 1916 On the Move
- 10th Aug 1916 Dugouts Constructed
- 10th Aug 1916 Working Party
- 10th Aug 1916 Royal Inspection
- 10th August 1916 Preparations
- 10th Aug 1916 Training
- 10th of August 1916 A Dead German
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