The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
12th June 1916On this day:
- 50th AIF arrive in France 50th Battalion AIF arrived at Marseilles aboard H.M.T Ardadian, they entrained and headed north to join The Battle of The Somme.
- Re-routing of Units 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report from
Battery Commanders went to reconnoitre positions of batteries of the 23rd Division.
Capt Lindell D236 Battery proceeded on 7 days leave of absence to England. Col Lowe DSO appointed OC. Right Group. Right Group consists of the following Batteries, A,B and C,237 Brigade and A,B,C and D,236th Brigade.
- 12th Jun 1916 Cold and Wet
- 12th June 1916 Regimental scheme and courses
- 12th Jun 1916 Found Drowned
- 12th Jun 1916 Recce
- 12th Jun 1916 Passing the Time
- 12th Jun 1916 Very Wet Day
- 12th Jun 1916 On the March
- 12th Jun 1916 CO at Headquaters
- 12th Jun 1916 Training
- 12th Jun 1916 Kit Inspection
- 12th Jun 1916 Working Parties
- 12th Jun 1916 In Reserve
- 12th Jun 1916 Patrol
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