The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
13th January 1916On this day:
- Firing on Front Line Trenches During the day there was a certain amount of firing on the front line trenches of the right subsection of Loos Sector. In every case firing ceased on batteries retaliating. 6th London Brigade Batteries continued to register various points. At 1530 all batteries concentrated their fire on Railway as ordered. At intervals during the night Batteries fired on the right lines. The 15th London Battery fired 20 rounds of shrapnel on the Lens Road.
- 13th Jan 1916 1st Scots Guards on the Move
- 13th Jan 1916 Brigade Excercises in Essex
- 13th Jan 1916 Reliefs
- 13th Jan 1916 Reliefs Completed
- 13th Jan 1916 Relief
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