The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
14th February 1915On this day:
- 71st Heavy Battery proceed to France 71st Heavy Battery RGA arrive in France
- Durham Light Infantry enteric fever testing
Three men of DLI who have been intimately associated with Pte Hall admitted for observation - bottle and tubes sent from Mobile Laboratory for collection of faeces and urine for bacteriological examination and dispatched the next morning.
War Diary 19th Field Ambulance RAMC, Armentières
- 14th Feb 1915 Battleship Relieved
- French attempt advance on 1st Bn Herts Two Maxims of the Regiment were in action when the French attempted an advance.
War Diary of the 1st Battalion Hertfordshire Regiment
- 14th Feb 1915 2nd Queens ready
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