The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
28th November 1914On this day:
- 25th Nov 1914 Up to our Knees in Mud
- Rainham Chemical Works taken over by War Dept. HMEF Rainham, Essex was situated at the Rainham Chemical Works, on the bank of the Thames opposite Woolwich. The factory was taken over from the Synthetic Products Company on the 28th of November 1914 by the War Department under the Defence of the Realm Act, the day after the Act became law. To purify under control of Chance & Hunt. The factory's first output was in January 1915.
- 28th Nov 1914 Prisoner in Germany
- 28th Nov 1914 All Quiet
- 28th Nov 1914 Mud Larks
- 28th Nov 1914 Entrenching
- 28th Nov 1914 Inspection and Training
- 28th Nov 1914 Enemy Guns
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. Arthur Besant. Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry 1st Btn. Pte. Ernest Hancock. East Surrey Regiment 2nd Battalion Read their Story. Pte. William Conway Williams. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1st Btn.
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