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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: HQ 159 Infantry Brigade|
|Month and Year: April 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Brigadier J.G. Sandle|
|SECO||13||Div Int Study Day. Bde I.O. and Unit I.Os attended.|
|SECO||19||All units visited Rex Cinema, ALDERSHOT, to see three Security Films preceded by a short talk, given by F.S.O. Captain Field. (“Chatterbox”, “Chatterbug”, “Censorship”).|
|SECO||20||Exercise Berverley V1, Signal Exercise – run from static locations.
The Bde Comd went as a spectator to Exercise “Mush” – an Airborne Exercise.
Units commenced three-day route marches, covering minimum distance of 45 miles. Period covering from 17-30 April. By the end of the month every man should have completed march.
|SECO||25||Bde H.Q. took part in a Harbouring Exercise. All the H.Q. vehicles took part.
The G.O.C., Maj-Gen Roberts, DSO, MC., and his ADC, Capt Wood came to dinner at the Bde Mess.
|SECO||28||Bde H.Q. (main) moved to new location – to 1 Div Buildings, ALDERSHOT.||Appx “A”|
|SECO||29||The Bde Comd, B.M. and Bde I.O. visited the School of Tank Technology, EGHAM, to see films of Tanks and see captured enemy AFVs.|
|SECO||30||During the month, Unit Censorship commenced throughout the Bde. A new closed address – “Army Post Office, England”was also introduced.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.
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