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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 2 Armd Grenadier Guards|
|Month and Year: October 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt. Col. J.N.R. Moore|
|B.L.A.||1 – 5||Reorganisation and Maintenance in area S of GRAVE. Counter-attack role S of R.MAAS.|
|6 – 10||Battalion moved area S of NIJMEGEN to support 82 US Airborne Div. 2 Sqn in close support of low ground S of R.WAAL. 3 Sqn in counter attack role area GROESBEEK – MOOK. 1 Sqn in reserve.|
|10||Relieved by 13/18 Hussars. Returned to Area S of GRAVE. Courses and training began. Spare crews from Div Transit Camp attached for training.|
|12||Visit of H.M. The King to NIJMEGEN Area.|
|19||Move to area of EWIJK as mobile reserve to area N of WAAL and Western approaches. 2 Sqns at 4 hrs notice, 1 as 24 hrs notice.|
|20 – 31||Couses and training. Drill crouse began on 25th.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.
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