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10th January 1917On this day:
- 10th January 1917 Leaving Southampton
- 33rd Battalion AIF test anti-gas equipment In billets. Supplied working parties to A.E. Battalion put through gas cloud to test helmets and box respirators.
33rd Btn Australian Imperial Force War Diary, STEENWERCK, January 1917
- 10th January 1917 Inspections and Training
18th DLI relieved by 10th WORCESTERS 57th Inf. Bde. Relief complete 4.30pm. Proceeded to BAYENCOURT to rendezvous until time to embus.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 10th Jan 1917 Very Cold Night
- 10th Jan. 1917 Trench Work
- 10th Jan 1917 Beauty and Beasts
- 10th Jan 1917 Working Parties
- 10th of January 1917 Reinforcements
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