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26th November 1915On this day:
- Relocation The 6th County of London Brigade moved from Auchel at 0630 for Noyelles.
Gunners of the 6th London Brigade RFA took over the guns and positions of the 5th London Brigade RFA at 1300 hrs. The Brigade forms part of the Poole Group, and is engaged in counter battery work, ie. it is employed solely in engaging hostile batteries. Arrangements have been made for aeroplane observation & wireless apparatus has been erected at Brigade Headquarters, which is at Noyelles les Verelles.
The 15th & 17th London Batteries occupy the positions they formerly occupied, before being relieved by the 14th & 12th London Batteries respectively viz G.27.b.0.6. and G.27.a.0.9. The 16th Lon Battery is in position due north of Vermelles, G.2.c.6.8.
Wagon Line and Ammunition Column are at Noeux les Mines.
- 26th Nov 1915
- 26th Nov 1915 We are Winning
- 26th Nov 1915 Home on Leave
- 26th Nov 1915 Reliefs
- 26th Nov 1915 Intense Rain
- 26th Nov 1915 Under Shellfire
- 26th Nov 1915 A Terrible Storm
- 26th Nov 1915 A Tremedous Flood
- 26th Nov 1915 First Day On Duty
- 26th Nov 1915 Training and Route March
- 26th Nov 1915 Mining Expert
- 26th Nov 1915 Storm
- 26th Nov 1915 Construction Work
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