Brigade HQ – BOU ARADA.

There were no patrols out due to Artillery programme.

Brigade Intelligence Summary was issued. This included a description of German mine laying technique and a general picture of the Brigade front.

1640 During the day, enemy movement was slight, but at 1640 6 men were seen on Greenpoint.

1930 Message was sent to Bttns dealing with Brigade boundary, arrangement of HF and patrol liaison with 11 Brigade.


The events and activities of the night are recorded in detail in the Appendix.

Normal activity – nothing to report.

Major JW Dunnill returned to duty from hospital. Lieut WA Teed, North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment CAO posted to A Coy on reporting to duty. Captain GA MacLachlan, 1 Royal Regiment Canada posted.

Fusilier David Davies, Royal Irish Fusiliers.

Fusilier William Parker, Royal Irish Fusiliers.

6 Innisks – IN THE FIELD.

1000 Conference on patrolling and administration.

The weather clears up a bit and ground is still muddy and M/Cs are un-usuable.

2 LIR.

0700 Schmeiser pistol fired at a NCO of E Company platoon 593096.