The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
10th October 1915On this day:
- Church Parade Church Parade at 1045 for the whole 6th London Brigade.
Order to move at a half hour notice cancelled.
- 14th DLI arrive at Armentieres 14th Btn. Durham Light Infantry arrive at Armentieres.
- 10th October 1915 Church service
- P Class Zeppelin Zeppelin LZ56 (LZ86)
- Production Ref: LZ56
- Class type : P
- Tactical ref: LZ86
- Usage: Military
- First Flight: 10th October 1915
Carried out 7 attacks dropping a total of 14,800 kg (32,600 lb) of bombs along the Eastern and South-Eastern front. It crashed on the 5th September 1916 at Temesvar,(now Timisoara, Romania) killing nine of the crew.
- 10th Oct 1915 Recovering from Wounds
- 10th Oct 1915 10th Essex in Reserve
- 10th Oct 1915 Last Letter Home
- 10th Oct 1915 Instruction
- 10th Oct 1915 In Billets
- 10th Oct 1915 Church Parade
- 10th of October 1915 New and Old Armies
- 10th of October 1915 No Blankets
- 10th of October 1915 Sniper Casualties
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