The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
10th January 1915On this day:
- 3rd Monmouths on the move The 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment had achieved a vast amount of work while on the East Coast, miles of trenches dug, wire entanglements and shelters put in place and all in unfavourable weather conditions. The G.O.C.-in C. Central Force gave much praise to the Battalion for the accomplishment it had achieved issued a special order. Leaving the East Coast by train for Cambridge the soldiers had very happy memories for the grateful, local residents bestowed much kindness on the Officers and men helping to ease the discomfort of their duties and during the atrocious weather.
- 1st Borders return from Burma 1st Battalion Border Regiment land at Avonmouth, returning from Maymyo, Burma to join 87th Brigade in 29th Division at Rugby.
- 10th January 1915 2nd Queens at rest
- 10th Jan 1915 Outposts attacked
- 10th Jan 1915 Sandbagging
- 10th Jan 1915 In Billets
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