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In billets in Bienvillers, as Battalion in reserve. Enemy artillery began during this period to devote attention to the Battalion billeting area; particularly to ‘A Company’ Mess and the Battalion headquarters, which received a 77mm shell on the 2nd (December). No casualties.

At 16:10hrs the relief of the 6th Bedfordshire Regiment began and was completed by 19:30hrs. The operation was much delayed by the bad state of the communication trenches.

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