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11th November 1916On this day:
- Firing at Intervals 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report
Morning quiet. At 1500 the enemy opened fire of Crab Crawl with Trench Mortars and rifle grenades. We retaliated but the enemy continued firing at intervals until 1730.
- 11th November 1916 Allocation of billeting areas
- 11th Nov 1916 Artillery Active
18th DLI relieved by 18th WEST YORKS. Relief complete 3.55pm. Only one casualty entering the town. Battalion moved into huts & shelters in the DELL. SAILLY. Men's feet in poor condition.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 11th Nov 1916 Trench Work
- 11th Nov 1916 In the Trenches
- 11th of November 1916 Two Officers Lost
- 11th Nov 1916 On the March
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