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16th November 1916On this day:
- Visibility Excellent 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report:
Visibility excellent bringing unusual district shelling. Hostile aeroplanes were again active and more daring. During the afternoon level crossing I.21.d 4.5, Shrapnel Corner, Hell Fire Corner and Zillebeke were shelled with 77 mm and 4.2 inch guns. Enemy artillery generally unusually active. Proposed bombardment of I.30.b.8.0 fell through owing to a failure of communication.
- 16th November 1916 Further moves
- 16th November 1916 Settling into Winter Quarters
- 16th Nov 1916 Enemy Aircraft
- 16th Nov 1916 Air Combat Observed
- 16th Nov 1916 Training
- 16th Nov 1916 On the March
- 16th Nov 1916 On the Move
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