The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
25th March 1916On this day:
- 22nd Mar 1916 In Reserve
- Enemy More Active 6th County of London Brigade RFA report from
2nd Lt Gordon Tombe arrived from England (3/6 London Brigade RFA) attached to the 6th London Ammunition Column. Capt. Cooper 15th London Battery and Lt Lyon Smith (Adjutant) proceeded to England on ten days leave of absence. Lt Burke 47th Divisional Ammunition Column was attached to the 16th London Battery for instruction. Light for observation very good and enemy artillery was more active, again shelling the cross roads in Souchez.
We retaliated again with 4.5s (4 1/2 inch shells), otherwise all quiet.
- 25th March 1916 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Coy War Diary
- 25th Mar 1916 Enemy Mine Explodes
- 25th Mar 1916 Bombed by Aeroplane
- 25th Mar 1916 Back in the Trenches
- 25th Mar 1916 Hard Life in the Trenches
- 25th Mar 1916 Into Town
- 25th Mar 1916 Trench Work
- 25th Mar 1916 Enemy Mine Fired
- 25th Mar 1916 Snow
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