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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 15 Bridging Platoon R.E.|
|Month and Year: October 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt. G. Sumner R.E.|
|BOEKEL||1||Warning order to move.|
|2||Move to area 658560 south of NIJMEGEN.|
|3||Building track in camp area.|
|4||As for the 3rd.|
|5-7||Checking of equipment and repairing assault boats.|
|9||Recce to new area.|
|10||Move to WEURT 672634|
|11-12||Surfacing main entrances to camp.|
|13||All vehicles fill with anti – freeze.|
|14-17||Making roads to camp entrances. Recce boats tested.|
|18||Recce for billets.|
|19||Move to Nyma factory NIJMEGEN.|
|20-21||Improving billets and vehicles.|
|22-28||1 NCO and 10 men to 235 Field Park Company for works. 406s on vehicles.|
|29||5 drivers and 3 Sappers posted to this Unit.|
|30||2 drivers sent to 235 Field Park Company for trade testing.|
|31||2 drivers to be posted to 235 Field Park Company.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.
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.