The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
13th April 1916On this day:
- Observation Light Good 6th County of London Brigade RFA at
Light for observation very good all day. Very little shelling all day except from 1800 to 1845, when the division on our right were heavily bombarded by the enemy.
All leave for 1st Army stopped, all officers and men on leave to return to this country by 17th of this month.
2/Lt Masson returned from the Trench Mortar Course.
- 13th April 1916 Training courses
- 13th Apr 1916 Into the Front Line
- 13th Apr 1916 Sandstorm
- 13th Apr 1916 Aircraft Active
- 13th Apr 1916 Training
- 13th Apr 1916 Craters
- 13th April 1916 Tours
- 13th April 1916 Company training
- 13th to 18th April 1916
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