The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
26th August 1915On this day:
- Conference and Inspections The OC. Brigade and Adjutant 6th County of London Brigade RFA attended the Divisional Artillery conference at Lozinghem.
The Veterinary Officer Lt W.P.S. Edwards was attached to 1st Division; his duties will be performed by the ADVS, 47th Division, Capt. J. Abson.
An inspection of the Technical Stores Wagon of the Ammunition Column was carried out.
- 26th Aug 1915 A Warm Night
- 11th West Yorks proceed to France 11th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment proceed to France on the 26th of August 1915, landing at Le Havre.
- 26th August 1915 Demonstration of Poison Gas
- 26th Aug 1915 Trench Work
- 26th Aug 1915 Reliefs Completed
- 26th Aug 1915 Entrenching
- 26th Aug 1915 Reliefs
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