The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
15th June 1918On this day:
- 103rd Brigade, RFA in action 103rd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery are in action in Battle of Asiago, Italy
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Bois St Acaire.
The Battalion moved to Bois St Acaire training area, each Company working as an advance guard to a Battalion.
- moves to alternative positions 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade
June 15th to 19th. 37th and 350th SB's moved guns each night to the alternative positions in view of possible enemy attack.
- 15th June 1918 Rest and further advances
Arrived in camp South of HONDEGHEM V.8.d.2.8.
- 15th Jun 1918 Artillery Active
- 15th Jun 1918 In the Line
- 15th Jun 1918 Attack
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