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Army Form C.2118
Unit: 127 Town Major
Month and Year: June 1944 (Erase heading not required). Commanding Officer: Captain E.W. Bartley RA
Place Date Hour Summary Reference
Catterick, Yorks 1   Receipt of secret letter NC 7025/B/G/SD marked as above.
Catterick Camp, Yorks 6 1100 Opened three secret letters to be opened when BBC announced operations had commenced in Western Europe and read out contents.
8-10   Captain E.W. Bartley attended Mine and Booby Trap Couse at the Northern Command Weapon Training School.
9 1800 Warning Order received to be at 48 hrs notice w.ef 0001 hrs 11th June 44. from Northern Command.
14 0900 Received Movement Order from Northern Command NRD/2175/Q2 to report to Hobbs Barracks LINGFIELD.
Lingfield, Surrey 15 1930 Completed road journey to Hobbs Barracks LINGFIELD, with personnel and stores
17 1100 Received Movement Order from North Kent and Surrey District to move unit to R.T.O Victoria Station, LONDON.
18 0900 Moved Unit by Rail to Victoria Station. Reported to E.T.O., and then moved to Camp S/6 in Marshalling Area.
Camp S/6 20 0830 Left for port of Embarkation.
20 1000 Embarked.
France 27 1050 Landed on beach and thence by 3 Tonner with personnel and Unit Equipment to 36 R.H.U., 102 Reinforcement Group.
30 1100 Collected part of G.1098 Stores from 17 A.O.D.

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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.

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