The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
19th January 1916On this day:
- 16th Northumberland Fusilers relieve 15th HLI 16th Northumberlands return to the trenches in sector g2 to relieve the 15th Btn Highland Light Infantry. Patrols in no manís land are conducted, led by Lts Proctor, Mclean and Falconer.
- Enemy Shelling 6th County of London Brigade RFA report the Enemy shelled our trenches in Loos Sector at frequent intervals during the day. Our retaliation was successful in causing hostile fire to cease each time. There was a test concentration on the copse at 12 noon as practice against the mine going up. This was successful and the batteries got off their rounds very quickly.
- 19th Jan 1916 7th Northumberlands into Support
- 19th Jan 1916 Football
- 19th Jan 1916 In the Trenches
- 19th Jan 1916 Farrier Injured
- 19th Jan 1916 Under Shellfire
- 19th Jan 1916 Wounded
- 19th Jan 1916 Drill
- 19th Jan 1916 Instruction
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