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30th April 1917On this day:
- Training and Recreation 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery attend
Brigade Sergeants jumping competition and rides.
During the period in rest, active training has been carried on daily with Battery Staff including, gun drill, range, fuse setting, signalling with flags sited in advance stations, riding schools and competitions in turnout.
- 200 Siege Bty at Noyelles 200th Siege Battery are at Noyelles.
- 30th April 1917 Completion of Troop Strong Posts
- 30th April 1917 Relieved from trenches
A Co back to B.27e by 3.0am. 1 killed 2 wounded. 4 men killed at HQ. Cutting heavily shelled all night.
3.0pm. HQ moved to better position 200 S.W. of former position in cutting.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 30th Apr 1917 Training
- 30th Apr 1917 Reliefs
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