The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
19th September 1914On this day:
- 18th Sep 1914 1st East Lancs entrench
- 2nd Life Guards inspection by Brigadier 2nd Life Guards - War Diary
Inspection of Brigade by Brigadier.
- 2nd Btn The Queens arrive in England 'HMT Kenilworth Castle' arrived in Southampton.
The 2nd Battalion Queens West Surrey Regiment disembarked & proceeded by route march to Lyndhurst, Hampshire, arriving there about 2030 hours and went under canvas.
- Rest and Recovery Period E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA
19th and 20th September - Rest and recovery in Billets at Cerseuil.
- 19th September 1914 Standby
- 19th Sep 1914 1st South Wales Borderers in the Line
- 19th Sep 1914 Trench Work
- 19th Sep 1914 Reliefs
- 19th Sep 1914 On the Move
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