The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
13th August 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
At 0310 heavy bombardment by our guns in direction of Locre. The day passed as usual. Between 2200 and 2230 enemy put up ten lights bursting into orange rain, but no apparent result or action. Enemy appeared to be working actively in front lines. Our patrols obtained nothing. Our planes very active bombing at night.
- 13th August 1918 Ongoing trench routines
Musketry, Rifle grenade firing. P.T.B.F. Patrol schemes. Handling of arms.
- 13th Aug 1918 Prisoners Taken
- 13th Aug 1918 In Reserve
- 13th Aug 1918 Course
- 13th of August 1918 Bailleul Billets Gassed
- 13th Aug 1918 On the March
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