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The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day



12th June 1915

On this day:


  • GOC Visit   The GOC 47th (London) Division, Major General C.St.V.L Barter came to Lapugnoy and addressed each Battery of the 6th London Brigade in turn. He expressed his gratitude to the Brigade for the splendid work it had done whilst in action, and his pleasure at the excellent work carried out by each officer and man, especially the Telephonists. He impressed on all ranks the need for keeping themselves in a clean and sanitary condition.

  • 1st Battalion Royal Scots in France 1915.   1st Battalion Royal Scots in France 1915.

  • 12th June 1915 9th Lancers reinforced

  • Athletics - sports day   Athletic sports in Erquinghem of the 19th Field Ambulance. General Snow and Brig-General Gordon attended. Lt. Col Brackenridge presented the prizes .

    Lts. Mawe and Bell proceeded to 1st Middlesex trenches and instruction given by Lt. Soltau, MO of that regiment.

  • Monmouths return to front line   On the night of June 12 th they were back in the front line trenches taking them over from the 7th KRR 14th Division. On the whole this part of the line was not unpleasant but not free from casualties. Before the Monmouth's were relieved they had lost 7 killed and 32 wounded. The Monmouth's had two more tours in the front before leaving the area, thankfully the causalities for these periods was lighter with only 2 killed and 8 wounded.

  • 12th Jun 1915 7th Northumberlands in Support

  • 12th Jun 1915 Somewhere on the Map

  • 12th Jun 1915 Trench Work

  • 12th Jun 1915 Plans Changed

  • 12th Jun 1915 Tragic Death

  • 12th Jun 1915 Working Parties

  • 12th Jun 1915 Reliefs Completed

  • 12th Jun 1915 Company Reliefs

  • 12th Jun 1915 Casualties

  • 12th Jun 1915 Reliefs Completed

  • 12th Jun 1915 Instruction





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Remembering those who died this day.

  • L/Cpl. Henry Edward Atkinson. Lincolnshire Regiment 1st Battalion Read their Story.
  • Pte. Kenneth Beaton. Royal Scots 1st Battalion Read their Story.
  • Pte. Herbert H. Chase. Lancashire Fusiliers 2nd Btn. Read their Story.
  • Lt.Col. Frederick R Hicks. Hampshire Regiment 1st Btn. Read their Story.
  • Pte. Arthur Thomas Toogood. Dorsetshire Regiment 1st Btn. Read their Story.

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