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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 11th Bn Royal Tank Regt.|
|Month and Year: April 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt. Col. R. Dixon|
|LOWTHER||23||0130||Major F.G. Foley 20 officers and 252 O.R’s disembarked at GLASGOW from M.E.|
|23||0800||Major F.C. Foley and party arrived by rail at LOWTHER PARK CAMP. Received by 42nd R. Tanks tank party under command of Major Tatom and rear party 155 R.A.C.|
|23||1015||Lt.Col. R. Dixon, 15 officers and 264 O.R’s disembarked at LIVERPOOL from M.E.|
|23||1530||Lt.Col. R. Dixon and party arrived by rail at LOWTHER PARK CAMP.|
|23||1700||Verbal instructions receiced from Bde H.Q. relating to leave of unit. Copy of W/E. VIII/451/2 received.|
|23||1730||“C” Sqn detached under command of Major R.F. Slator and stationed at GREYSTOKE.|
|26||0630||Unit proceeded on disembarkation leave. Rear party under command of Major Nicholson comprised of tank party, 2 officers and 42 O.R’s.|
|28||0800||54 Grant special tanks, 3 Sherman V A.R.V., 14 carriers universal, 3 carriers starting & charging taken over from 155 RAC.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, 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.