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30th May 1917On this day:
- 16th Northumberland Fusiliers move The 16th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers leave Rosieres for Guillaucourt.
- Relocations 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report
‘C’ Group consisting of A,B,C and D/236 Batteries with D/119 Battery as counter battery formed under command of Lt Colonel A C Lowe DSO. 64th Army Field Artillery Brigade attached as a sub-group (D Group). Both Headquarters, under ruins of Bedford House, on Ypres-St Eloi Road. C Group's offensive zone is immediately North of Ypres-Comines canal.
Batteries are all to the East of Headquarters and within close distance in new positions.
Night firing commenced by the Group
- 200 Siege Bty move again 200th Siege Battery move from Bedford House just south of Ypres to French Farm, Hooge.
- 30th May 1917 Board of Survey
- 30th May 1917 Preparations for Attack
- 30th May 1917 Wounded
- 30th May 1917 Patrols
- 30th May 1917 Baths
- 30th May 1917 Training
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