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31st October 1915On this day:
- Hostile Shell Fire 6th County of London Brigade RFA are situated at
Loos, Chalk Pit and our first Front Line trenches were again shelled and we retaliated.
At 1435 there was hostile shell fire near the gun positions of the 15th and 17th London Batteries. The officer’s dugout of the 15th London Battery were knocked in. Capt R.A. Corsan had to be dug out, but he was uninjured.
Leave of absence was increased to 6 men per Brigade weekly.
The 17th London Battery moved their Wagon Line.
There will be a concentration of fire at 0230 and 0515 tomorrow morning.
- 31st October 1915 Church Service
- 31st Oct 1915 Church Parade
- 31st Oct 1915 Instruction
- 31st Oct 1915 Reinforcements
- 31st Oct 1915 Training
- 31st Oct 1915 Technical Stores
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