The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
13th October 1916On this day:
- New draft join 16th Northumberland Fusiliers A further draft of 249 other ranks arrived at Bethune to join the 16th Btn Northumberland Fusilers. Company training continued.
- Relocations 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery at
Preparations began for relief. The Brigade left Wagon Lines at Bottom Wood at 1630 and was arriving in Beaucourt at 0130.
- 13th Oct 1916 Ongoing training
- 13th October 1916 Field work and conference
- 13th Oct 1916
- 13th Oct 1916 On the Move
- 13th Oct 1916 Responsible Work
- 13th Oct 1916 Training & Working Parties
- 13th Oct 1916 Training
- 13th Oct 1916 Working Party
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