The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
17th October 1915On this day:
- 2nd Royal Fusiliers take a sap Ten men and Sergeant of the 2nd Royal Fusilers made another attack on the sap, this time capturing it succesfully.
- London guns Register 6th County of London Brigade RFA report though still misty, the batteries of Lowe Group were able to partially complete their registrations.
2/Lt J A W Petro, 6th London Ammunition Column was transferred to 17th London Battery.
- 17th October 1915 Church services
- 17th October 1915 Further moves
- 17th Oct 1915 In the Sound of Roaring Guns
- 17th Oct 1915 Hell on Earth
- 17th Oct 1915 Inspection
- 17th Oct 1915 Enemy Mine Explodes
- 17th Oct 1915 Patrols
- 17th Oct 1915 Trench Work
- 17th Oct 1915 CO's Conference
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