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25th November 1915On this day:
- 6th London Bde RFA Loos 6th County of London Brigade RFA report one officer from Brigade Headquarters and 6th London Ammunition Column and 2 officers per Battery left Auchel, with a view to taking over from the 5th London Brigade RFA in action near Loos. Officers of the 5th London Brigade RFA arrived at Auchel to take over the guns and billets of the 6th London Brigade RFA. Arrangements have been made for this Brigade to use the guns of the 5th London Brigade RFA, whilst the latter are resting at Auchel.
- 25th November 1915 9th Lancers Digging Trenches
- 25th Nov 1915 Army Biscuits
- 25th Nov 1915 Raid Carried Out
- 25th Nov 1915 Trench Work
- 25th Nov 1915 London Defences
- 25th Nov 1915 Transferred
- 25th Nov 1915 Training
- 25th Nov 1915 Lacking Grenades
- 25th Nov 1915 Parcels
- 25th Nov 1915 Working Parties
- 25th Nov 1915 On the March
- 25th Nov 1915 On the Move
© IWM (Q 53714)
Signal Section of the 2/8th (Post Office Rifles) Battalion, London Regiment practice transmitting and receiving messages during training at Cuckfield, Sussex. The transmitting instrument was invented by Scout J. R. Riordan, sitting in the back row, right.
- 25th Nov 1915 Move
- 25th of November 1915
- 25th Nov 1915 Instruction
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