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The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day

14th November 1915

On this day:

  • 6th London Bde RFA prepare for Relief   6th County of London Brigade RFA report: At 0545 and 0605 bombardment of trenches H.19.b.5.4 Puits 13 bis and H.19.b.8.4 H.20.c.4.8 took place. At 1545 bombardment of trench southwest of Hulluch, H.13.d.2.10 H.13.d.2.5 also occurred. The remainder of the 18 pounder equipment 6 guns and 12 wagons for batteries together with 6 wagons for Brigade Ammunition Column, which was due to arrive by 1400 at Noeux les Mines station arrived at 2100 and having been detrained, were parked in an adjacent field for the night. The first allotment of 18 pounders and equipment which had arrived 10 days ago, were taken today by road to Auchel, there to await the arrival of the Brigade on coming out of action. Then 2nd instalment of 18 pounder guns, which arrived today, were collected by Batteries. 2/Lt M.V. Eddis 2/6 London Brigade RFA, reported for duty from England and was attached to the 15th London Battery.

    War Diaries

  • 14th November 1915 Church Parade

  • P Class Zeppelin   Zeppelin LZ58 (LZ88, L25)

    • Production Ref: LZ58
    • Class type : P
    • Tactical ref: LZ88, L25
    • Usage: Military
    • First Flight: 14th November 1915


    Carried out 14 reconnaissance missions and 3 attacks dropping a total 4,249 kg (9,367 lb) of bombs along the Western Front. In January 1917 it was handed to the German Navy who used it for experimental purposes and it was decommissioned in September 1917.

    John Doran

  • 14th Nov 1915 Officers inspect Trenches

  • 14th Nov 1915 18th Middlesex proceed to France

  • 14th Nov 1915 AVC Man Accidentally Killed

  • 14th Nov 1915 Off Duty

  • 14th Nov 1915 Training and Football

  • 14th Nov 1915 Sniping

  • 14th Nov 1915  Quiet

  • 14th November 1915 Move to Front line Area

  • 14th November 1915 Bomb Slinger arrives

  • 14th November 1915 Bomb Slinger

  • 14th Nov 1915 HQ Completed

  • 14th Nov 1915 Entertainment

  • 14th Nov 1915 Orders

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  • Able Sea. Michael Kelly. Drake Battalion Read their Story.
  • Pte. Dominic Meagher. Cheshire Regiment 9th Btn.

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