The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
31st December 1914On this day:
- Leicestershire Yeomanry in full marching order Regimental route March in full marching order with wagons packed, special attention being paid to march discipline and packing of wagons.
War diary of Leicestershire Yeomanry, Labrearde
- Reserve position E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA
With 5th Cavalry Brigade in Reserve near Bailleul.
In billets 1 1/4 miles South West of Bailleul from 3rd to 31st December 1914.
- 31st Dec 1914 All quiet
- 31st Dec 1914 Slow Progress
- 31st Dec 1914 High Tea
- 31st Dec 1914 In Action
- 31st Dec 1914 Constructing Path
- 31st Dec 1914 Bombed Out
- 31st December 1914 Bad weather limiting action again
- 31st Dec 1914 Training
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