The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
21st March 1916On this day:
- 7th Inniskillings at Cauchy a la Tour 7th Inniskillings move to Rest area at Cauchy-a-La-Tour
- Bad Light 6th County of London Brigade RFA report from
There was very little artillery fire owing to bad light. Batteries fired a few rounds for registration. Otherwise all quiet. Hostile artillery also quiet.
- 21st March 1916 Relocation
- 21st Mar 1916 7th Northumberlands in Camp
- 21st Mar 1916 Letters from Home
- Trench Instruction 10 officers and 39 NCOs of 18th DLI proceed to front line trenches at 10am for instruction. It would be the first time they had been in the front line.
- 21st Mar 1916 Fatigues
- 21st Mar 1916 No Smokes
- 21st Mar 1916 Reorganisation
- 21st March 1916 Routine work for Company
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