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Map showing the achievements of one British Army division, September to December 1918
(Catalogue ref: WO 297/2556)

6TH DIVISION.

BATTLE OF THE HUNDRED DAYS AND MARCH TO THE RHINE, 1918.

Battle of the hundred days:

 

    Took over line in HOLNON WOOD -

13th Sept.

Principal Engagements:

 

    HOLNON WOOD –

15th Sept.

    HOLNON and TROUT COPSE -

17th Sept.

    DOUAI TRENCH and FRESNOY -

18th - 19th Sept.

    ARGONNE TRENCH, QUADRILATERAL and SELENCY -

24th - 25th Sept.

    BRANCOCOURT FARM, DOON MILL BEAUREGARD -

8th Oct.

    BOHAIN -

9th Oct.

    GUYOT FARM and BOIS de RICQUERVAL -

10th - 12th Oct.

    REGNICOURT, MOLAIN -

17th

    BOIS L'EVEQUE, ORS

23rd – 31st Oct.


Total Captures:

March to Rhine:

Prisoners

3701

Commenced -

14th Nov.

Guns

32

Completed -

23rd Dec.

Machine Guns

527

Length of March -

220 miles.

Trench Mortars

52

No. of Marching Days -

24.

Distance advanced

27 ½ miles.

 

 

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