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On this Day:03-07-1918
Daily Activity - 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Battalion moves to Le Carreaux area, route St-Jan-Ter-Biezen – K.17 – K.16.b.8.6 – K.27 – Steenvoorde. Area taken over from the French 79th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Nonebosche.
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Fairly quiet. Re-adjustment of line. B & C Coy’s in support. A & D Coy’s left & right respectively.
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