The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - Day by Day
31st January 1915On this day:
- 1st Battalion Royal Scots Belgium & France 1914 - 1915. 1st Battalion Royal Scots in Ypres, Belgium.
1st Battalion Royal Scots had lost 10 men to date (that are known)
- 2nd Life Guards report Re-equipment of Regiment almost completed The 2nd Life Guards War Diary records:
Service as usual by the Chaplain, and 1 Squadron bathed. The re-equipment of the Regiment was almost completed.
- Large draft of men arrive at 1st Bn Herts A draft of 2 Officers and 195 men arrived. In the evening No.3 Coy was ordered to report to 2nd Bn Welch Regiment. Two platoons GIVENCHY, two PONT FIXE ½ mile S.W. of GIVENCHY.
War Diary of the 1st Battalion Hertfordshire Regiment
- Further moves E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA
With 5th Cavalry Brigade near Merville.
Marched at 0900 by Aire to billets in several small farms about 1 mile NE of Merville. About 23 miles. Heavy snow during the march - into billets about 1630.
- 31st Jan 1915 2nd Queens in trenches
- 31st Jan 1915 Snipers at the Keep
- 31st Jan 1915 Defence Work
- 31st Jan 1915 At Rest
- 31st Jan 1915 In Billets
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