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20th October 1918On this day:
- Baths 9th (North Irish Horse) Btn, Royal Irish Fusiliers.
moved at 08.00 via Drie Masten, Winkle St Eloi, Lendelede to area B.19.c.25.20. In the afternoon Battalion bathes at Lendelede in German baths. Moved at 2230 via Hulste to area B.24.a.
- Crossing the River Lys. 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade report "II Corps forced a passage over the River Lys during the night of 19th/20th and attacked at 0600 from the other side. Good progress made by 9th Division (on the right), but the 36th Division on the left was held up and formed a flank only."
- 20th Oct 1918 On the Move
- 20th Oct 1918 Advance
- 20th Oct 1918 Attack Made
- 20th Oct 1918 Training & Sports
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