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30th October 1915On this day:
- Heavy Enemy Fire Quietened 6th County of London Brigade RFA report
Lt Col R.W.A. Christie having proceeded on leave, Lt Col A.C.Lowe DSO assumed command of the Christie Group in addition to the Lowe Group.
At 1500 there was a Concentration of fire on enemy trenches in H.19.6. This quietened enemy’s fire which had been heavy all day, their targets as before. 8 Bell tents were issued to each battery, for the temporary use (until their huts are ready) of men in the Wagon Lines.
15th London Battery moved their Wagon Lines due to the bad state of the ground caused by continued wet weather.
- 30th October 1915 9th Lancers newcomers inspected
- 30th Oct 1915 Shell Damage
- 30th Oct 1915 Training & Route March
- 30th Oct 1915 Attacks Repelled
- 30th Oct 1915 Reliefs Completed
- 30th Oct 1915 Fatigues
- 30th Oct 1915 Court of Inquiry
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Remembering those who died this day. Pte. James Hewett. Northumberland Fusiliers 13th Battalion Pte. Arthur Samuel Plumb. Kings Royal Rifle Corps 8th Service Battalion The Rifle Brigade Read their Story.
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