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30th March 1915On this day:
- Front Line Training Rotation 6th County of London Brigade RFA report all officers of the Brigade in the Firing Line recalled by wire. On arrival, one (junior) subaltern per unit was left at War Station, and all the remaining officers including the OC. Brigade and the Adjutant, proceeded to Firing Line. Major R R Wansbrough took over command of the Brigade.
- Brigade Route March 9th Lancers Regiment at Billets in Meteren. They take part in a
Brigade Route March via Le Rouklooshille - Godewaersvelde - Steenvoorde - Eecke - Caestre - Thiushouk.
1 man to Hospital
No. 98 Sergeant H. Ralph received the DCM (Distinguished Conduct Medal)
- 30th Mar 1915 2nd Queens train
- 30th Mar 1915 17th General Hospital arrive Alexandria
- 30th Mar 1915 Companies under instruction
- 30th Mar 1915 Platoon Training
- 30th Mar 1915 Digging Trenches
- 30th Mar 1915 Reliefs
- 30th Mar 1915 Reliefs
- 30th Mar 1915 Into Billets
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