The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
26th July 1917On this day:
- Rest and Refitting 245 Machine Gun Company
Rest Camp – one NCO returned from hospital and two ORs were struck off previously reported Company strength.
- Australian Troop Transports
Piture from: Clydebuilt Ships Database.
The RMS Mooltan weighed 9,621 tons with an average cruise speed of 18.5 knots or 34.26 kmph. It was owned by the P & O SN Co, London. Torpedoed and sunk by UC27 on the 26th July 1917. Contracted at times to transport Australian troops.
- 26th July 1917 Trench activity
- 26th July 1917 Recreation and training
- 26th Jul 1917 Preparatory Bombardment
- 26th Jul 1917 Route March
- 26th Jul 1917 In Action
- 26th Jul 1917 Brigade Sports
- 26th Jul 1917 On the Move
- 26th of July 1917 In Billets
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