The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
11th June 1915On this day:
- Reinforcements 6th London Brigade RFA 6th County of London Brigade RFA report
36 men under Lt N.V. Brasnett arrived at Lapugnoy from Base Details to fill up deficiencies caused by death, sickness and the increased establishment of the Brigade Ammunition Column. Lt Brasnett returned to Base Details.
- 1st Battalion Royal Scots France 1915. 1st Battalion Royal Scots in France.
- 11th June 1915 9th Lancers training
- Training by 2nd Royal Welch MO Lts. Mawe and Bell proceeded to trenches of 2nd Royal Welch Fusiliers and instruction given by Lt. Harbison Medical Officer of that Regiment.
- Monmouths on the march On June 11th the Monmouthshire's were on the move. 30 Officers and 999 other ranks marched south with the brigade to Reninghelst and bivouacked for the night in a wood on the Rozenhilbeek Brook.
- 11th Jun 1915 Trench Work
- 11th Jun 1915 On the March
- 11th Jun 1915 Trench Visit
- 11th Jun 1915 In Support
- 11th Jun 1915 Instruction
- 11th June 1915 Wounds
- 6th Nov 1915 Enemy Tricks
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