The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
18th February 1918On this day:
- Completion of Relief 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade
Remaining sections of batteries took over. 59th Brigade HQ. moved to the line relieving 65th Brigade and their HQ. Sheet 28 (Belgium) C19d.2.8 (see note on system of British Army battlefield maps in WW1).
Cleaning up & reorganisation of platoons & reconnaissance of training area.
- 18th Feb 1918 Training
- 18th Feb 1918 In the Front Line
- 18th Feb 1918 Inspections
Can you add to this factual information? Do you know the whereabouts of a unit on a particular day? Do you have a copy of an official war diary entry? Details of an an incident? The loss of a ship? A letter, postcard, photo or any other interesting snipts?
If your information relates only to an individual, eg. enlistment, award of a medal or death, please use this form: Add a story.
Want to know more?
There are:5 articles tagged with this date available in our Library These include information on officers service records, letters, diaries, personal accounts and information about actions during the Great War.
Remembering those who died this day. Spr. Frederick Avery. Royal Engineers 93rd Field Coy. Read their Story. Pte. Daniel Spriggs. Labour Corps 725 Company Pte William Taylor. East Yorkshire Regiment 9th Btn
Add a name to this list.
Items from the Home Front Archive
Do you have any letters, photos, postcards, documents or memorabilia from the Great War? We would love to include copies. Please use this form to submit diary entries and letters or photographs for this new Section: add to this archive.
The Wartime Memories Project is a non profit organisation run by volunteers.
This website is paid for out of our own pockets, library subscriptions and from donations made by visitors.
The popularity of the site means that it is far exceeding available resources.
If you are enjoying the site, please consider making a donation, however small
to help with the costs of keeping the site running.
The Wartime Memories Project Website
is archived for preservation by the British Library
Website © Copyright MCMXCIX - MMXVII
- All Rights Reserved