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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 23rd Hussars|
|Month and Year: March 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt.Col. R.P. HARDING, DSO|
|Bridlington||2||ROLSTON Range. Visit of Corps Comd.|
|3-18||Exchange of personnel with U.S. Army4 15-cwt 4 x 2 G.S. Bedford and 3 Trailers, 15-cwt Water and|
|4||4 Mob.Kitchen received. 1 3-ton Bedford sent away.|
|6-7||Firing at MIDHOPE Range|
|8-22||A/A Tp course at LULWORTH and NETHERTOWN.|
|9-11||Firing at FYLINGDALE|
|13||ROLSTON Range. Capt.STARLING attached to RAC OCTU.|
|14||2/Lts. RILEY & GUNYON joined the Regt|
|15||5 Sherman V received.|
|19||Wading at HULL & BRIDGE HEWICK. 2 Crusader A/A received.|
|21||Wading at BRIDGE HEWICK. Firing at HORNSEA. 1 Bedford 3-ton received.|
|22||Visit of H.M. The King. HORNSEA Ranges. Advance party left for ALDERSHOT.|
|24||Visit of 8 Corps Interrogation Team.|
|25||Recce Tp Exercise "HONEY".|
|30||Main Admin Party to WARCOP. Main party left for ALDERSHOT.|
|ALDERSHOT||31||Main party arrived BEAUMONT BARRACKS, ALDERSHOT.|
|31||Lt.Col.Commanding 23rd Hussars.|
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Source: 11th Armoured Division.
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