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22nd June 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
During the morning a practice attack was carried out by the Battalion. The Battalion during the afternoon moved to Road Camp.
- VIEUX BERQUIN
Orders received for Battalion to relieve 13th YORK & LANCASTER REGT in front line left sub sector. Dispositions – C Coy right front, Headquarters E.22.c.9.1. D Coy left front, Headquarters E.22.b.1.7. A Coy right support, Headquarters E.21.a.8.2. B Coy left support, Headquarters E.14.a.5.3. This alteration necessitated by the withdrawal from the line of 2 Coy’s and 1 Platoon 13th YORK & LANCS to practice for an attack on ANKLE FARM. Right of Battalion 11th EAST LANCS REGT. Left of Battalion 15th WEST YORKS REGT.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 22nd Jun 1918 Raising Funds
- 22nd Jun 1918 Working Parties
- 22nd Jun 1918 Training
- 22nd Jun 1918 Inspection
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