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29th October 1915On this day:
- Shelling and Retaliation 6th County of London Brigade RFA report
Capt W.R. Sadler RAMC (Medical Officer in charge 6th London Brigade RFA) proceeded to England on 10 days leave of absence.
Shelling and retaliation continued as before. The 13th London Battery had two men wounded at Gun Position and one man wounded in Wagon Line which was also shelled. 13th London Battery moved gun position to G.33.a.0.9.
All units of Lowe Group are supplying men for working parties in the trenches and men are also being supplied for the building of huts in the Wagon Lines.
- 29th October 1915 9th Lancers engaged in dismounted work
- 13th East Yorks leave Ripon 13th East Yorks leave Ripon on 29th of October 1915 for Hurdcott Camp.
- 29th Oct 1915 In the Trenches
- 29th Oct 1915 The Estaminet
- 29th Oct 1915 Must not Grumble
- 29th Oct 1915 Palatial Trenches
- 29th Oct 1915 Familiar Billets
- 29th Oct 1915 GOC Meets Officers
- 29th Oct 1915 Instruction
- 29th Oct 1915 Shelling
- 29th Oct 1915 Fatigues
- 29th Oct 1915 Survivors
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