The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
19th October 1915On this day:
- 8th Oct 1915
- Allies Bazaar raises £700 £700 was raised at the Allies Bazaar held at at Queen's Road Primitive Methodist Church in Calderdale.
- Personnel Changes 6th County of London Brigade RFA reports
Lt Col R R Wandsbrough (6th London Ammunition Column) proceeded to England.
Lt W J Barnard appointed to command 6th London Ammunition Column, vice Lt Col R R Wandsbrough.
Capt M J K O’Malley (Adjutant, 6th London Brigade RFA) transferred to 17th Division.
Lt G Lyon Smith appointed Adjutant of the Brigade, vice Capt M J K O’Malley 13th London Battery moved its position to G33.a.5.9.
Batteries retaliated only, for every one German shell, one 18 pounder and one 15 pounder shell is fired in retaliation.
- 14th Durhams in Ploegsteert Line 14th Btn. Durham Light Infantry are on the Ploegsteert Line.
- 19th October 1915 9th Lancers prepare to move
- 19th Oct 1915 Trench Mortars
- 19th Oct 1915 Training
- 19th Oct 1915 Reliefs Completed
- 19th Oct 1915 Patrols
- 19th Oct 1915 Reliefs
- 19th Oct 1915 Drainage
- 19th Oct 1915 On the March
- 19th Oct 1915 Reliefs
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