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30th August 1916On this day:
- Heavy Rain 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report
heavy rains interfered with work. Our batteries barraged as before.
One hundred and thirty six prisoners were obtained from the Intermediate Line. Four officers, two NCOs and one hundred and thirty prisoners. They passed down Welch Alley between the hours of 1500 and 1800. The whole of Intermediate Trench is now occupied.
Capt R A Corsan A236 Battery rejoined his unit after a stay in hospital.
- 30th August 1916
- 30th August 1916 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Coy War Diary
- 30th August 1916 Move to other field due to flooding
- 30th Aug 1916 Wet and Miserable
- 30th Aug 1916 Bitter Bereavement
- TRENCHES FESTUBERT SECTOR
Cold, windy, showery. No action of any description. 11 EAST YORKS relieved 16 WEST YORKS on left flank of 18 DLI.
The National Archives Reference WO95/2361/1
- 30th Aug 1916 Practice Attack
- 30th Aug 1916 Working Parties
- 30th Aug 1916 Bravery Recognised
- 30th Aug 1916 Reliefs
- 30th Aug 1916 Storm
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