The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
18th December 1916On this day:
- 18th December, 1916 33rd Battalion AIF Routine Order No.139
- Batteries Calibrated 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report:
Again a very quiet day and the Batteries calibrated.
- 33rd Bn AIF relieved by 35th Battalion relieved by 35th Battalion as per Battalion 0.0 No.3 dated 15/12/1916 and postponed by Battalion 0.0 No.4 of 16 /12/1916. Relief completed without a hitch.
33rd Btn Australian Imperial Force War Diary, La Chapelle-d'Armentières, Right (1) Sub Sector
- 18th December 1916 Ongoing training
- 18th December 1916 Very foggy - quiet in trenches
Inter Company relief. Everything quiet.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 18th Dec 1916 On Leave
- 18th Dec 1916 Parades
- 18th Dec 1916 Wood Shelled
- 18th Dec 1916 Reliefs
- 18th Dec 1916 Working Parties
- 18th of December 1916 Enemy is Listening
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. Henry Barago. Royal Irish Regiment 6th Btn. Sgt. Michael Nolan. Royal Irish Regiment 6th Btn.
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