13th Feb 1917: 22nd Bn relieved and returns to Shelter Wood Camp

Routine shelling during the day followed by enemy snipers becoming active in the evening, until they were stopped by our artillery. Later that evening the battalion was relieved by the 26th Battalion and commenced the long march back to Shelter Wood Camp. By dawn stragglers were still arriving. The following day 110 new reinforcements were received and addressed by the Battalion Commanding Officer.

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