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27th October 1917On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Havrincourt Wood, K.31.c.0.0.
Our machine guns were active during the day and night of 27/28 Oct. The enemy machine guns were also active as were the Artillery on both sides.
The Commanding Officer returned from leave.
The enemy did not attempt to reoccupy Wigan Copse tonight.
- 27th Oct 1917 Range Practice
- 27th Oct 1917 Aeroplane Shoot
- CAMP ECOIVRES
Tactical scheme without troops on trenches N.E. of the MONT ST ELOY – BRUNEHAUT FARM ROAD. Kit inspection and Coy trench stores inspection. Weather wet & cold.
- 27th Oct 1917 Court of Enquiry
- 27th Oct 1917 On the Move
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