The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
30th September 1915On this day:
- 6th London Bde move The 6th London Brigade RFA moved from Les Brebis to Location L.210 (between Les Brebis and Nobux les Mines), without the 16th London Battery guns and wagons which were still in action and two guns of the 15th London Battery also in action.
- 1st Battalion Royal Scots Belgium & France 1914 - 1915. 1st Battalion in Somme region Picardie, France
1st Battalion Royal Scots still at Morcourt.
Since arrival training has been carried out by a series of route marches and tactical exercises.
Accidentally wounded : 1 man.
To date 1st Battalion Royal Scots had lost 159 men (that are known)
- 30th September 1915 9th Lancers in billets
- 30th Sep 1915 Mine Detonated
- 30th Sep 1915 10th Essex in Trenches
- 30th Sep 1915 Enemy Mine Explodes
- 30th Sep 1915 Convoy Arrives
- 30th Sep 1915 Reliefs
- 30th Sep 1915 Patrols
- 30th Sep 1915 Reconnaissance
- 30th Sep 1915 Reliefs Completed
- 30th Sep 1915 Refitting
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