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The enemy was quiet; but the Signaling Serjeant was fired on by a machine-gun, whilst wiring, and seriously wounded.

The Battalion was relieved by the 6th Bedfordshire Regiment, the first platoon entering at 16:10 hrs; and the relief being completed by 21:15 hrs. Owing to the state of the trenches the relief was conducted for most part overground.

The Battalion went into billets at Bienvillers.

Authors note: The Signaling Serjeant shot was 6446 Sgt William Eddleston


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