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Army Form C.2118
17th Bn The Welsh Regt
July 1917.

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Map Reference 57 c S. E. 1/20,000

GONNELIEU SECTOR
1/7

Battalion in Brigade Reserve. Battalion working on Front LIne Systems. Major R.J.ANDREWS D.S.O. M.C. returned from leave and took over command of the Batt. vice Major D. APPLEBY


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[Means same as above - see original vertical wavy line - GGD]
2/7
Battalion in Brigade Reserve - working at night on Front Line Systems


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3/7

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4/7

--------------------do-------------     Captain & Adjt. M.B.GRAHAM evacuated sick to FINS. 2/Lieut H.P.A.BAILEY took over duties as Acting Adjutant.


GONNELIEU Right SUB-SECTOR
5/7

On night 5/6th July the Battalion relieved the 18th Welsh in the RIGHT subsector of the GONNELIEU SECTOR. The dispositiions of the companies were as follows:-


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6/7

A   Coy in Right Subsector     D Coy in support of A Coy on the right
B      "        Left          "               C    "    "         "       "  B   "      "    "  left


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7/7

Battalion om Front Line. No Man's Land patrolled nightly from each coy front


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8/7

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9/7

--------------------do------------- Inter - Companyu Relief on night 9/10th
                                                       D Coy relieved A Coy     Patrolling as usual
                                                       C     "          "      B     "

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9/7

--------------------do------------- On night 10/11th LIEUT. T. WALLACE while in charge of a patrol from the Right Company front line was struck by a hostile bomb and seriously wounded.

Total Casualties suffered by our patrol were 1 Officer wounded, and 2 O.R. slightly wounded 


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