The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
20th March 1915On this day:
- 20th March 1915 Brigade Attachment
- 1st Battalion Royal Scots Belgium & France 1914 - 1915. 1st Battalion Royal Scots in Ypres, Belgium.
- Zeppelin raids Western Front 20th March 1915
On 20 March the three remaining Army airships set off to bomb Paris. One was lost on the return journey.
- 19th Field Ambulance leaves Armentières Handed over the billets and hospitals established in the Institution St Jude to a representative of the 18th Field Ambulance; also the Advanced Post at Houplines, and the clearing of the section of trenches held by the 18th Infantry Brigade, and one Regiment of the 17th Infantry Brigade
- Moving into Erquinghem-Lys Marched at 2.30 pm and arrived at 3.15 pm. The Field Ambulance now working by sections - A section, Surgical, B section Bath House, C section medical. A section in the École Communale' C section in the Mairie and B section in the Divisional Bath House. Very little sickness and wounds in the Brigade.
- 20th Mar 1915 2nd DCLI in billets
- 20th Mar 1915 Training
- 20th Mar 1915 2nd Queens receive draft
- 20th Mar 1915 Platoon Training
- 20th Mar 1915 Almost One Sided
- 20th Mar 1915 An Exchange of Verse
- 20th Mar 1915 Bathing
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