The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
10th February 1915On this day:
- 2nd Life Guards bathe in Ypres 2nd Life Guards War Diary records:
The Regiment bathed at the Ecole de Bienfaisance. A few bombs by day and shells over more or less all night. Troops taken out separately under Leaders to exercise men, and to avoid congregating in the streets.
- 19th Field Ambulance inspection Inspected all horses, harness and wagons of the Field Ambulance at 2 p.m. parade
- Message of appreciation for 1st Bn Herts The following message was received from the General Officer Commanding 2nd Division; "The GOC received with unqualified satisfaction your report of the steady soldier like bearing under heavy fire of the 1st Bn Herts. Regt. (Territorial Force) both in support of the attack on the 6th February and again during the bombardment in the afternoon on the following day. He will be glad if you would convey to Major Croft and the Officers, NCOs and men his appreciation of their action".
- 10th Feb 1915 2nd Queens to billets
- 10th Feb 1915
- 10th Feb 1915 Second Lines
- 10th Feb 1915 Frost Bite
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