The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
16th February 1915On this day:
- 16th Feb 1915 Aircraft Brought Down
- Lieutenant Haydon sick Lt. Haydon transferred sick to Base with acute post influenzal bronchitis.
- 3rd Monmouths in France After a cold night under canvas on the cliffs above Havre, the 3rd Monmouth Battalion marched to the railway station where after a leisurely journey they arrived at Bavinchove at 5p.m on February 17 th. They were then marched on to Cassel (then the G H Q of the French Northern Army) and there the soldiers were accommodated in public buildings.
- 16th Feb 1915 General visits trenches
- 16th Feb 1915 Barracks Retaken
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. John Cassidy. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 1st Btn. Read their Story. Pte. William Day. Northumberland Fusiliers 2nd Btn. Pte. Samuel Forrest. Northumberland Fusiliers 2nd Btn. Pte. Arthur Edward Frames. Northumberland Fusiliers 2nd Btn. Pte. Daniel Smith. Northumberland Fusiliers 2nd Btn. Pte. Edward Thomas Tweed. Coldstream Guards 2nd Battalion Read their Story. Pte. Andrew Wilkinson. Northumberland Fusiliers 2nd Btn.
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