The First World War
War Diary of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Transcription by Captain Michael O'Leary, The RCR.

JULY 1917

APPENDIX 3

HEADQUARTERS
THE ROYAL CANADIAN REGIMENT

F.A. . . . . . .

Officer Commanding,

Cos. the R.C.R.

On completion of relief the Regiment will go back to the ZOUAVE VALLEY Area (S.20.d.3.9.) and Bivouac there on the night of 10/11th July 1917.

On the 11th, inst. the Regiment will move to the CHATEAU de la HAIE Area via HOSPITAL CORNER (X.17.c.0.5 1/2.), CARENCY, and BOIS de la HAIE, passing HOSPITAL CORNER at 3.20 p.m.

Two Guides (Scouts) per Company will report to all Companies from the Bivouacs to the CHATEAU de la HAIE Area.

Between HOSPITAL CORNER and CARENCY the Band and Drums will meet the Regiment.

The Commanding Officer wishes the men to clean up in the Morning before moving off.

While in the ZOUAVE VALLEY Area, during daylight, all Lewis Guns will be kept in action ready to open fire on any hostile Aeroplanes.

(signed)
T.S. Allan
Lieutenant,
The Royal Canadian Regiment.

10-7-17.

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