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25th May 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
The day passed quietly. At 0330 and 1630 C.22.e was lightly shelled by 4.5 inch howitzers east sector of our lines at 1115 and were unsuccessfully engaged. Nothing of importance occurred during the day.
- NEAR METEREN
Relief complete 12.20am. Quiet relief. Battalion embussed NW of CAESTRE moving off at about 4am via St SYLVESTRE CAPPELL, CASSELL, ARQUES to HEURINGHEM. Debussed here and marched to CAMPAGNE.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 25th May 1918 Working Parties and Training
- 25th May 1918 Reliefs
- 25th May 1918 On the Move
- 25th May 1918 Under Fire
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