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11th November 1918On this day:
- According to the Order of Battle, November 11th 1918, 124th Heavy Battery RGA, was in 42nd Brigade RGA and part of the 5th Army. 42nd Brigade was a Mobile Brigade and 124 Battery had 6 sixty pounder guns.
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Fine morning. News of signature of Armistice confirmed. Civilian population of town very enthusiastically applaud us as their deliverers. Usual parades and training carried on throughout day.
- End of the Great War 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade
11th November 1918: Orders received to “Stand Fast” at 1100 hours.
- 11th November 1918 Armistice Day
- 11th November 1918
- 11th Nov 1918
- 11 Nov 1918 Heavy Fighting
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