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31st March 1915On this day:
- Four vessels captured by submarine The Buona Forte, Fiore I, Hailie and Indaverdi are captured by submarine k.u.k. U12.
- 30th Mar 1915 2nd Queens train
- 9th Heavy Battery move to Borden Camp 9th Heavy Battery leave Odihamon for Borden at the end of March 1915.
- 31st March 1915 9th Lancers training
- A quiet time Very little work doing in this line. Nothing to record since last entry.
War Diary 19th Field Ambulance RAMC, Erquinghem-Lys
- 1st Bn Herts go to billets in Bethune One Coy of the 8th City of London (Post Office Rifles) took over New Cut Trench, Givenchy. No.2 Coy marched into billets at School in Bethune.
War Diary of the 1st Battalion Hertfordshire Regiment
- 31st Mar 1915 Return to Billets
- 31st Mar 1915 Training & Route March
- 31st Mar 1915
- 31st Mar 1915 Digging Trenches
- 31st Mar 1915 Working Parties
- 31st Mar 1915 In Billets
- 31st Mar 1915 Training
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