The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
11th September 1916On this day:
- Batteries Move 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery at
Batteries moved the remaining two sections into new positions.
All fairly quiet on this front.
- 11th September 1916 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Coy War Diary
- 11th September 1916 GOC Division inspection
- 11th Sep 1916 In the Line
- 11th Sep 1916 Signals Busy
- At 09.15. 18th Battn. Durham Light Infantry, less details moved into front line in Neuve Chapelle Sector. A, B and D Coys in Front Line C in reserve. Battalion on right is 15 West Yorks. Battalion on left 2/1st Bucks 184 Bde 61 Div. Details moved to Transport Lines South West of Lestrem. 18th Battn. DLI relieved 13 York & Lancasters. Very quiet night.
- 11th Sep 1916 In Bivouacs
- 11th Sep 1916 CO Killed
- 11th Sep 1916 Men Wounded
- 11th Sep 1916 Men Wounded
- 11th Sep 1916 On the Range
- 12th Sep 1916 Reliefs Completed
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. Thomas Bould. Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st Btn. Read their Story. Sgt. Thomas Harold Glaves. Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 6th Battalion Alex Mole. Northumberland Fusiliers Read their Story. L/Cpl. Herbert Arthur Mortlock. City of London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) 4th Battalion Pte. Edward Rowlands. Welsh Guards 1st Bn Read their Story.
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