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18th November 1915On this day:
- New equipment, Rest and Training The complete 6th County of London Brigade has now relocated to Auchel and steps were immediately take to check the new 18 pounder equipment. The 18 pounder guns which had been parked at Auchel, under guard, since Sunday last, were fetched from the gun park. Thus the whole Brigade is now complete with 18 pounder guns and equipment.
The addition of an attached officer per Battery has been sanctioned.
2/Lt M.G. Whitten & 2/Lt H.P. Barrow, 2/6th London Brigade RFA, having arrived from England were taken on the strength of the Brigade.
2/Lt M.G. Whitten was posted to the 16th London Battery and 2/Lt H.P. Barrow was attached to the 16th London Battery. 2/Lt M.V. Eddis was attached to the 15th London Battery and Lt H.L. Burgis attached to the 6th London Ammunition Column.
Capt W. Cooper attached to 16th London Battery, rejoined 17th London Battery
Capt R.A. Corsan returned from the Base to duty with 15th London Battery.
- 18th November 1915 Fire in Billet
- 18th Nov 1915 Short of Materials
- 18th Nov 1915 18th Middlesex on the March
- 18th Nov 1915 Off Duty
- 18th Nov 1915 Band
- 18th Nov 1915 Graves Cared For
- 18th Nov 1915 On the March
- 18th Nov 1915 Training
- 18th Nov 1915 Orders
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