The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
26th July 1916On this day:
- 16th Northumberlands on the march 16th Northumberlands reach La Beuvriere and the battalion provides details for Corps HQ guard at La Buissiere.
- Relocations At
Hersin and Sains-les-Pernes, 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery less Battery Commanders, one subaltern & one layer per battery to hand over to 316th Brigade RFA., Marched to Sains les Pernes via Barlin-Alldain-Devieu-Camblain-Chatelagn and Pernes.
The Brigade was inspected by the Brigadier General R.A. at Barlin and arrived at Sains les Pernes by 1730.
- 26th July 1916 5 Hour standby and mounted work
- 26th July 1916 Heavy mortar fire
- 26th Jul 1916 Brigade Dump Shelled
- 26th Jul 1916 Machine Gun Practice
- 26th Jul 1916 Men Wounded
- 26th Jul 1916 Reliefs
- 26th Jul 1916 Band plays
- 26th Jul 1916 Training
- 26th of July 1916 Quiet Days
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