The First World War
War Diary of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Transcription by Captain Michael O'Leary, The RCR.

MAY 1916

APPENDIX 1
SECRET
Copy No. 2

3rd June, 1916

R.C.R. Order No. 13.

1.     Companies will relieve each other this date.

2.     Distribution.

"B" Coy. To Trenches 70 and 71.

"D" Coy. Less 1 platoon to Trenches 72, 73, 74. One Platoon to Trenches 72 R. and 73 R.

"C" Coy. (Support) Two Platoons to HALFWAY HOUSE. One Platoon Trench 71 R. One Platoon to Trench 70 R.

"A" Coy. to ZILLEBEKE DUGOUTS.

3.     Every precaution must be taken for the safety of the men.

4.     Hour of Starting. After dark, to be arranged between Companies.

5.     Reports. To be sent to this office immediately on completion of relief.

6.     Code word denoting completion of relief will be SINGAPORE.

(signed) E.C. Snider
Lieut.
A/Adjutant The Royal Canadian Regiment.

Copy. No. 1 - 7TH Can. Inf. Bde.
Copy. No. 2, 3,&4 - War Diary.
Copy. No. 5 - O.C. "A" Coy.
Copy. No. 6 - O.C. "B" Coy.
Copy. No. 7 - O.C. "C" Coy.
Copy. No. 8 - O.C. "D" Coy.
Copy. No. 9 - O.C. Lewis Guns.
Copy. No. 10 - O.C. Bombers.
Copy. No. 11 - O.C. Regtl. Scouts.
Copy. No. 12 - O.C. Signals.
Copy. No. 13 - O.C. Transport.
Copy. No. 14 - Quartermaster.
Copy. No. 15 - Medical Officer i/c R.C.R.
Copy. No. 16 - Paymaster

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