johnnie Posted 22 October , 2013 Share Posted 22 October , 2013 Dear All, I was wondering if anybody could help me. I am trying to find out more about the movements of the 2nd Btn Middlesex Regiment on the 27th March 1918. So far I have found 15 casualties listed for this date, of which seven are listed on the Pozieres Memorial and five are buried in Assevillers Cemetery. Of the remaining three men, two are in Eterpigny, with a single casualty in Brie British Cemetery. I was keen to try and find out what they were doing on the 27th march, and a check of the Long Long Trail suggests they were involved in The Battle of Rosieres. Could any members confirm this, or do any members have copies of the war diary/more information about the action in which they were killed? Any help at all would be great. Johnnie Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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