The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
29th July 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Lewis Gun Section from each Company fire at improvised range in the morning. Lecture given by the Commanding Officer in the afternoon. One Company is allowed off usual work party in order to do some training on following day.
- X Class Zeppelin Zeppelin LZ113 (L71)
- Production Ref: LZ113
- Class type : X
- Tactical ref: L71
- Usage: Military
- First Flight: 29th July 1918
This airship was not used during the war and in 1920 it was ordered to be transferred to Britain in the context of war reparations. It was scrapped at short notice when the hangar was required for the damaged British R36.
- GRAND SEC BOIS
A quiet day. Working party of 300 all ranks working at night on Z Line.
- 29th Jul 1918 In Support
- 29th Jul 1918 Patrols
- 29th Jul 1918 Reliefs
- 29th of July 1918 Gas Concentration Fired
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