The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
27th January 1917On this day:
- Bombardment of Enemy Trenches The four Batteries of 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery in conjunction with the Y and V Batteries of Trench mortar and the Batteries of Right Group and Corps Heavy Artillery carried out bombardment lasting from 1200 to 1330 onto hostile trenches on the Left Group front with special reference to enemy's Observation Points.
2/Lt Payne (Late --- ---- Battery) posted to D236 with effect from 26th Jan.1917.
The Batteries of the Group took part in a Test SOS at 2009.
- 27th January 1917 33rd Battalion AIF in trenches
- 27th January 1917 Completion of young nco's class
- 27th Jan 1917 Prisoners Taken
- 27th Jan 1917 In Action
- 27th Jan 1917 Patrols
- 27th of January 1917 A German Offensive?
- 27th of January 1917 Enemy Activity
- 27th Jan 1917 Fundraising
- 27th Jan 1917 Reliefs
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