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Digging parties found daily…

  • 150 men at 08:00hrs and again 19:30hrs
  • 150 men at 12:30hrs and again 23:30hrs
  • 50 men at 08:30hrs and again 20:00hrs
  • 50 men at 13:00hrs and again 00:00hrs

… each shift working for four hours. A company was also detailed as inlying picquet, two platoons of which proceeded nightly to the support trenches between Chiswick Avenue and the Hannescampes/Les Essarts road, in support of the centre Battalion, and worked in two 4hr shifts.

Captain G. W. Ainsworth left for PAS, to go through a course in Administration Staff work on the 24th (September).


Officers: 27

Other Ranks: 982

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