The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
15th November 1914On this day:
- Zeppelin LZ30 takes to the air Zeppelin LZ30 (ZXI) an M Class craft undertook its first flight on the 15th November 1914. It ent on to be used for raids on Warsaw, Grodno and other targets on the Eastern Front. It was destroyed in an accident on the 20th May 1915.
- Relocation E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA
Marched at 1300 and went into billets at Dranoutre at 1530 in support - very wet.
- Ceremonial Funeral 2nd Battalion - Royal Irish Regiment
Saturday, November 15th, 1914 - St. Omer
Furnished Guard of Honour to body of late Field Marshal Earl Roberts who died at this station.
- 15th Nov 1914 1st East Lancs under fire
- 15th Nov 1914 Counter Attack Suceeds
- 15th Nov 1914 Inspection for 13th Londons
- 15th Nov 1914 Bad Weather
- 15th Nov 1914 On the Move
- 21st Division move to billets for winter In November 1914, 21st Division left Halton Park and moved into billets for the winter. The 10th Green Howards departed for Aylesbury on the 15th of November.
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