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26th August 1917On this day:
- Yorkshire Hussars dismount The Yorkshire Hussars were dismounted on 26th August 1917 and sent to Etaples for training
- Activity in Front Line 245 Machine Gun Company
Mercatel – sheet 51B France 1/40,000 M.24.c.2.4 and trenches
Received Operations Order No.119 from Divisional HQ regarding Brigade reliefs.
Copy of Operational Order No.119 GSO1 50th Division. Copy 20.
150th Inf. Brigade to relieve 149th Inf. Brigade in Fontaine and Cherisy Sectors on the night 28/29th Aug. 17
Dated 26th Aug. 17
- 26th August 1917 Church Parade
- 26th Aug 1917 Muddy Tracks
- 26th Aug 1917 Training
- 26th Aug 1917 Shelling
- 26th Aug 1917 Church Parade & Baths
- 26th Aug 1917 Church Parade
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