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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 15 Bridging Platoon R.E.|
|Month and Year: November 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt. G. Sumner R.E.|
|NIGMEGAN||1||2 Drivers i/c posted to 235 Field Park Company R.E.|
|2||1 Driver i/c admitted to 48 F.D.S.|
|3||All Bailey equipment checked over for training with 233 Field Company R.E.|
|4-10||Training with Bailey equipment with 233 Field Company R.E.|
|10||Unit dance in NIGMEGAN|
|11-14||All Bailey equipment checked, cleaned and reloaded on unit transport|
|15||Company Parade and check on unit G 1098|
|16||1 Driver i/c admitted to 2nd Canadian C.C.S. Unit dance.|
|21||C.R.E's conference: Administration orders received from Rear 50 (N) Div on move to Belgium.|
|22-28||Unit advance party moved off to MOORSLEDE, Belgium|
|23||All unit M.T. checked|
|24||1 3 tonner and 3 men proceed to MOORSLEDE|
|25-26||Unit billets and accomadation stores checked and cleaned.|
|NIGMEGEN||27||Unit on 12 hrs notice to move.|
|28||O.C. 239 Field Park Company R.E. shown over unit area.|
|29||Inspection of controlled stores and arm.|
|30||Movement order received. Unit to travel with 235 Field Park Company R.E. and pass start point at 010810 hrs.|
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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.