The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
17th January 1916On this day:
- 2nd Royal Fusiliers depart Mundros The 2nd Royal Fusilers sailed from Mundros aboard the Empress of Britain bound for Alexandria.
- Quiet Day 6th County of London Brigade RFA report this was the quietest day yet in Loos sector. The enemy hardly shelled at all, except a little on our front line trenches. Many aeroplanes were up which may have accounted for this.
- 17th Jan 1916 Courts Martial
- 17th Jan 1916 In the Chateau
- 17th Jan 1916 Luton News: Thursday, 20th January 1916
- 17th Jan 1916 Artillery Bombardment
- 17th Jan 1916 Training
- 17th Jan 1916 Lights
- 17th Jan 1916 The Wounded
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