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14th January 1916On this day:
- Shelling at Intervals From 0800 to 1030 6th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery shelled right Loos subsection at intervals, the 15th London Battery firing on front line and the 17th London Battery enfilading support and communication trenches appeared very successful in causing enemy to cease fire. The 3rd London Battery claim to have hit a suspected machine Gun emplacement at G.36.d.9.2.
Apparently there was a German relief taking place from 2245 to 0030 and, at request of Infantry, batteries fired on their right lines.
- 14th Jan 1916 Officers join 7th Northumberlands
- 14th Jan 1916 Despatch on Sulva Bay
- 14th Jan 1916 Snipers Active
- 14th Jan 1916 Working Parties
- 14th Jan 1916 Reliefs Completed
- 14th Jan 1916 On the March
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. Leonard Charles Brownlie. Liverpool 17th Read their Story. Pte. John Clifton. Oxford & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 5th Btn. Pte. Frank Stevenson. Royal Scots Fusiliers 2nd Btn.
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