The First World War
War Diary of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Transcription by Captain Michael O'Leary, The RCR.

SEPTEMBER 1918

APPENDIX 2
SECRET

7TH Canadian Infantry Brigade.
B.M.R. 30/11.

R.C.R.
P.P.C.L.I.
42ND Battalion.
49TH Battalion.
7TH T.M. Battery.

WARNING ORDER.

1.     (a)     The P.P.C.L.I. will be relieved in the present area on the night 18th/19th September by one Battalion of the 169TH Brigade, 56TH Division, and on completion of relief will move to the Area occupied by the 52ND Canadian Battalion in O.21.a.

Relief in this Area will be notified to these Headquarters

(b)     In accordance with the above, the P.P.C.L.I. will send advance party to take over from the 52ND Battalion on the morning of the 18th September.

2.     (a)     7th Canadian Infantry Brigade will move to the DAINVILLE-BERNEVILLE Area on the 19th September, dismounted personnel proceeding by train from CROISILLES and detraining at DAINVILLE.

        Transport will proceed by road.

(b)     Time of entraining at CROISILLES 4.00 p.m. 19th.

(c)     On completion of move the Brigade will be disposed in billets as follows:-

Brigade H.Q.DAINVILLE
The R.C.R.BERNEVILLE
P.P.C.L.I.BERNEVILLE
42ND BattalionDAINVILLE
49TH BattalionDAINVILLE

ACKNOWLEDGE

Sgd.
A.G. Styles. Major,
Brigade Major,
7TH Canadian Infantry Brigade.

17th-9-18.

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