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29th June 1915On this day:
- Formation Changes Up to this date the 47th (London) Division, in which the 6th London Brigade is included formed part of the 1st Army Corps, commanded by Lt General Sir Charles Munro. From this date the 47th (London) Division, the 1st Division and 48th (South Midland) Division, form the 4th Army Corps, commanded by Lt General Rawlinson. The 4th Corps is still part of the First Army, commanded by General Sir Douglas Haig. 6th London Brigade RFA Report
Major P.J. Clifton proceeded to England on 5 days leave.
The 15th & 16th Batteries are attached to the 1st Division.
- 29th june 1915 9th Lancers in billets
- 29th Jun 1915 Escape from an English Camp
- 29th Jun 1915 Bill Introduced
- 29th Jun 1915 Working Parties
- 29th Jun 1915 Counter Attack
- 29th Jun 1915 Enemy Working Party
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