The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
10th October 1918On this day:
- 10th Jun 1918 On the Move
- Shellfire 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) Royal Irish Fusiliers report "Enemy counter preparation at dusk and dawn became very heavy. Our heavies commenced wire cutting in front of Martell Farm. Enemy E.A. very active during the day. Plans for the capture and consolidation of Goldflake Farm were made. Our post at Mansard Farm had been evacuated during the day owing to wire cutting operations and had been reoccupied by the enemy. At dusk a small party rushed the farm under cover of a smoke barrage, capturing one machine-gun. The garrison ran back to their own lines, leaving identifications. A patrol during the night heard enemy digging in the vicinity of Martell Farm."
- 10th Oct 1918 Battalion Relief
- 10th Oct 1918 Advance
- 10th Oct 1918 Football
- 10th Oct 1918 Advance
- 10th Oct 1918 Training
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