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13th September 1917On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th (Service) Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers (K2)
later (from 25th Sep.1917) 9th Bn (North Irish Horse) Royal Irish Fusiliers.
The Battalion moved into Divisional Reserve at about 2000 on being relieved in the front line by 12th Royal Irish Rifles.
Earlier in the day about 1500 the enemy shelled Yorkshire Bank. We had no casualties.
- 13th September 1917 Move and training
- 13th Sep 1917 On the Move
13th - 14th September. Lectures at 11.45am by Lt Col CARTHEW on RFC followed by visit to RFC on the 14th. Several Officers and a number of NCO’s were taken up. Very interesting useful and enjoyable visit.
- 13th Sep 1917 Training
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