Half of the T's have been placed on line. The list of decorations may be somewhat lacking as they are hard to decipher on the old black and white photos. Appreciate any assistance that you could provide.
World War 1 War Diaries - 1917
5th Canadian Siege Battery
Apl 8th - From Noon to 4 p.m fired 150 Rounds on Hostile Battery S56 at S18d 95.80 by aeroplane observation, plane gave very good registration mostly Azs, Y’s and Z’s and after the 77th Round gave C I. We finished the shoot without observation. A machine gun emplacement at Tva between craters S15d 25.60. This shoot was carried out with indirect observation but satisfactory results. During the afternoon we undertook a shoot on Hostile Battery S56 at S18d 95.80 by aeroplane observation, Plane gave C I on account of heavy mist and shoot was discontinued. We the received a telephone message to open fire on hostile battery T59 at T19b 75.80 which was done without observation. During the night we fired 50 Rounds on area of 100 yards radius around S11c 1.6.
31st Battery, 9th Brigade
April 8th - Enemy artillery unusually active to-day. NEUVILLE ST. VAAST was heavily shelled with all calibres. One of our scout machines brought down to-day behind the German Lines.
58th Battery, 14th Brigade
April 8th - EASTER SUNDAY. A good fair day. Church services well attended.
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