The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
10th December 1915On this day:
- lecture and moves 6th County of London Brigade RFA report
Lieut V.C. Lucas, 16th London Battery, proceeded to Liettres, to attend at the Gunnery School, First Army.
The detached section of the Brigade Ammunition Column, having been relieved by a section of the 7th London Brigade Ammunition Column, proceeded to Auchel, from Noeux les Mines.
A Lecture given to Subaltern Officers by RSM Hood on 'The Duties of NCOs in Wagon Lines'
- 9th Lancers Bombers Train 9th Lancers in billets at Enquin.
Captain Tylden-Wright to a trench course.
Lieutenant Colvin relieves 2nd Lieutenant Harris at the digging.
Regimental bombers training.
2nd Lieutenant Durant is now Brigade Bombing Officer.
1 Officer, 2nd Lieutenant J.L. Macalpine to Temporary Hospital.
2 Other Ranks to Base Hospital.
1 Other Rank to Temporary Hospital.
1 Other Rank from Temporary Hospital.
- 10th Dec 1915 Bombing Party
- 10th Dec 1915 Fatigues and Meetings
- 10th Dec 1915 Blankets
- 10th Dec 1915 On the Move
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