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22nd June 1916On this day:
- Very Little Shelling 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report from
Very little shelling today. Enemy put 6 rounds of 4.2 inch shells in A237 Battery's new position. The light for aerial observation was good and a party of enemy aeroplanes flew over Aix Noulette this afternoon.
They came back about two hours later followed by our planes.
The following officers arrived from England.
2/Lt G.N. Gaburn - posted to C236 Battery.
2/Lt Wills - posted to C236 Batttery.
2/Lt E.H. de B West - posted to D236 Battery.
2/Lt Gordon Tombe attached to C236 Battery leaves to rejoin his unit 47th Divisional Ammunition Column.
Lt Pilditch, Adjutant, 237th Brigade RFA, has left this Group HQ.
Lt Tausley, Orderly Officer, 237th Brigade RFA, is attached to this HQ.
One of the guns of Y236 Trench Mortar Battery had a premature(shell exploding early) resulting in one man killed and 2 men wounded.
- 22nd June 1916 Inspection and movements
- 22nd Jun 1916 All Quiet
- 22nd Jun 1916 Tragic Events
- 22nd Jun 1916 Taking Supplies up
- 22nd Jun 1916 Gas Attack
- 22nd Jun 1916 Gas Alarm
- 22nd Jun 1916 Reliefs
- 22nd Jun 1916 Baths and Lectures
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