The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
22nd November 1914On this day:
- Flanders winter weather suspends fighting The onset of harsh winter weather suspended the fighting in Flanders, ending the First Battle of Ypres which had begun with the German attack on the 19th of October.
- 3rd Division at rest 3rd Division arrive in Westouter for four days rest.
Holts Battlefield Guide
- Squadrons of 2nd Life Guards move into separate billets The Squadrons of the 2nd Life Guards moved into separate billets in the vicinity of Eecke, by this means all men and horses were comfortably housed.
- 22nd Nov 1914 Snipers Active
- 22nd Nov 1914 Freezing Cold
- 22nd November 1914 Division to rest in billets in Westoutre
- 22nd Nov 1914 Reinforcements
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