The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
15th October 1918On this day:
- Advance At Moorseele at 9am 9th Btn. Royal Irish Fusiliers report "The advance was resumed and we moved to Copper Corner (L.23.a)."
- Continuing Advance 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade report "II Corps again attacked. One section of each battery joined in a Heavy Artillery Barrage. The remaining sections moved forward and parked in the forward area ready for orders.
Brigade HQs moved forward to the neighbourhood of Rolleghem Cappelle."
- 15th Oct 1918 Rest day
- 15th Oct 1918 Training
- 15th of October 1918 Firing a Barrage
- 15th Oct 1918 On the Move
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