The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
20th October 1916On this day:
- Relocations 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery marched into billeting in Belgium about 5 miles West South West of Poperinghe about 1 mile south of Watou on the Watou - Abeele Road.
- 20th Oct 1916 20th DLI entrain
- R Class Super Zeppelin Zeppelin LZ80 (L35)
- Production Ref: LZ80
- Class type : R
- Tactical ref: L35
- Usage: Military
- First Flight: 20th October 1916
Carried out 13 reconnaissance missions around the North and Baltic Seas also three attacks on England, dropping a total of 4,284 kilograms (9,445 lb) of bombs. It was decommissioned in September 1918.
- 20th October 1916 Further move to St Leger
- 20th October 1916 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Coy War Diary
- 20th October 1916 Attack scheme
- 20th Oct 1916 Supplies Sought
- 20th Oct 1916 Frosty Weather
- 20th Oct 1916 Change of Position
- 20th Oct 1916 Fatigues
- 20th Oct 1916 On the March
- 20th Oct 1916 On the Move
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