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22nd April 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Major G.M Forde MC assumed command
- The morning was spent in cleaning up and all the men of the 6th West Riding Resgt were bathed during the morning and afternoon. There were no casualties.
- BETWEEN VIEUX BERQUIN & GD SEC BOIS
Whole of D Coy moved up to hold the front line with the TANK CORPS. B & A Coy’s working joining up posts and making PETIT SEC BOIS into a strong point. C Coy carrying wire. D Coy joining up front line system of posts. Considerable amount of indiscriminate gas shelling.
- 22nd Apr 1918 Defensive Plans
- 22nd Apr 1918 Trench Work
- 22nd Apr 1918 Training
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