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13th August 1916On this day:
- Action Positions 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery at
C236 Battery and sections of A236, B236 and D236 Batteries move up to action positions at Bottom Wood. The remainder stay at Behencourt.
- 13th August 1916 Church Parade and reinforcements
- Change of Commanding Officer 6th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment
13th August - Ronville - Lt Colonel WEW Elkington relinquishes command of the Battalion on being ordered to join the 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment.
- 13th Aug 1916 Marking Time
- 13th Aug 1916 Sucessful Attack Made
- 13th Aug 1916 On the March
- 13th Aug 1916 Another Accident
- TRENCHES FESTUBERT SECTOR
Cooperation of 16 Grenade Rifles with 93rd T.M.B on POPES NOSE 7.30am. Stokes guns appeared to be indifferently aimed. Enemy retaliated 1pm with indifferent effect upon front line. Weather cooler. 3 OR wounded.
- 13th Aug 1916 On the March
- 13th Aug 1916 Church Parade
- 13th Aug 1916 Quiet
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. William Armstrong. Highland Light Infantry 12th Btn. Pte. Frederick Gustave Jarvis. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 10th Btn. Read their Story. Pte. Benjamin Henry Mitchell. Warwickshire Regiment 11th Btn. Read their Story. Benjamin Henry Mitchell. Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1st Btn. Read their Story. Cpl. William Paul Sandford Stewart. Royal Scots Lothain 13th Battalion
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