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31st October 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Lawe. Weather fine. Usual parades and inspections carried out in morning. In the evening the civil population were invited to a dance held in the School Room Lawe and a pleasant evening was spent.
During the month the Battalion was engaged in almost continuous fighting. Congratulatory messages etc received.
- II Corps reaches River Escault. 59th Heavy Artillery Brigade
II Corps attacked at 0525 with the French on the left and XIX Corps on the right. All objectives were taken and the River Escault reached. Batteries cooperated by bombarding strong points on the approach of our infantry.
- 31st October 1918 Rest period
- 31st Oct 1918 Deathless Courage
- 31st Oct 1918 Brigade Parade
- 31st Oct 1918 In Action
- 31st Oct 1918 106th Field Coy at Le Chateau
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