The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
13th March 1915On this day:
- 13th March 1915 Inspection Cancelled
- Continued shelling Some shelling of the new trenches appears to have been going on during the day at L'Epinette reported by 19th Field Abulance. Lt. Ford and 'C' Bearer Subdivision went out tonight, for the collection of the wounded
- Valiant rescue by CSM Raven 1st Bn Herts Two Companies in trenches, 2 in support. Digging in the evening. Casualties 4 wounded (C.S.M. Raven left trenches and went out and brought in Cpl Beaver of the 1st Bn Kings Royal Rifles who had been wounded 2 days previous (sic).
- Relocation E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA with 5th Cavalry Brigade are in Reserve near Melville. They moved at 1530 to billet 2 miles north of Merville at Gavdescure. In billets at 1800 and spent 14th to 16th March in billets at Gavdescure.
- 13th Mar 1915 Fortifications Completed
- 13th Mar 1915 2nd Queens in trenches
- 13th Mar 1915 Tough Work
- 13th Mar 1915 Ready to Move
- 13th Mar 1915 Intense Bombardment
- 13th Mar 1915 Near the Guns
- 13th Mar 1915 Lucky Escape
- 13th Mar 1915 Orders
- 13th Mar 1915 Change of Command
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