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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: HQ 30 Corps Tps Engrs|
|Month and Year: October 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt. Col. R.E. Black RE|
|1-4||Road maintenance North of R WAAL.|
|1-7||Each Pl given 3 days Rafting & Watermanship on R. MAAS at GRAVE|
|5||Area shelled. 210 Fd Coy sustained casualties.|
|5-9||Repair & camouflage of NIJMEGEN bridge.|
|6||1500||H.Q. moved to E.640575.|
|11||H.Q. moved into billets at school Koningstraat NIJMEGAN E700622.|
|12-15||Coys on general training one at a time.|
|16-26||One coy at a time on general training 211 & H.Q. RE part time training.|
|17||90 Fd Coy placed in support. Received C.Es Op. Instís 22 & 23.|
|21||Lt Binney posted this H.Q.|
|22||Ferrying for evacuation of remainder of 1 Airborne Div see C.Eís Op Instrín 24.|
|28||A/Capt Hamilton posted to this HQ. Capt Peck posted 11 Fd Coy RE. Lt. L.D. Baker N.C. posted.|
|28||227 Coy Pnr Corp u/c.|
|28-31||General formation employed on repair & reconstruction, and maintenance of Corps Routes including the erection of bridges, the most notable of which was Tower Bridge over MAAS-WAAL Canal.|
|29||N.T.R. 127 B.D. Pl u/c vice 26 B.D. Pl.|
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Source: Jeroen Niels, TracesOfWar.com, transcribing: Hans Houterman.
Disclaimer: This War Diary is based on its original, but typos might be corrected. Locations are calculated, so might not be in the correct place. For historical research, always check the originals.