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14 May

May

Lonsdale Battalion events that took place on 14 May.
For events that took place elsewhere, see 14 May on The Great War wiki.

1916 (Sunday)

  • Battalion no longer in isolation camp. Remains at Contay Wood involved in battalion training.

1917 (Monday)

  • Offoy: Brigade attack scheme. Three objectives. Zero hour at 10am and third objective taken at 11.30am.
  • Afternoon is spent in preparation for the following days march.

1918 (Tuesday)

  • Maisinieres: Training the Cadre[a] in their duties and waiting for 328th U.S. Infantry Regiment to arrive.[b]

Notes

  1. The Battalion war diary states that at midnight on 9/10 May, 1918, the 5th Border Regiment and 11th Border Regiment were amalgamated. After amalgamation a training cadre of ten officers and 51 other ranks was formed and retained the Lonsdale title of the 11th Battalion the Border Regiment, which continued as a training cadre until total disbandment on 31 July, 1918. The remaining cadre then joined the 1/5th Border Regiment and the Lonsdale Battalion ceased to exist.
  2. Additionally, during the period 1319 May, 1918, the Lonsdales were under the administration of 198 Infantry Brigade. On 20 May they were transferred to the 199 Infantry Brigade.
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