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27th October 1916On this day:
- Interpreter Joins Brigade 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report a Belgian interpreter was attached to the Brigade. The French interpreter M Chapaur returned after being away for some weeks with a French Corps Headquarters. Very quiet day.
- 200th Seige Battery proceed to France. 200th Seige Battery, RGA left Southampton on 27th of Oct 1916 bound for Le Havre.
- 27th October 1916 Inspections
- 27th October 1916 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Coy War Diary
- 27th October 1916 Route march, baths and training
- 27th Oct 1916 Very Wet
Heavy rain – Mutual Trench Mortar activity – 7.30pm a raid was attempted with the co-operation of artillery by 16th WEST YORKS, through lines of Battn. on our right. 2Lt TURNER wounded (shell shock)
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 27th Oct 1916 On the March
- 27th Oct 1916 Parades
- 27th Oct 1916 Reliefs
- 27th Oct 1916 Change of Billets
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