11th Nov 1917: 22nd Bn relieved and marched to Wippenhoek camp

Heavy rain fell and flooded all the shelters before the 22nd Battalion was relieved by the 8th Battalion West Yorks of the British 49th Division. One night was spent at Dickebusch before marching the following day to Wippenhoek. During the day the enemy shelling was more active than usual, causing one killed, 1224 Cpl Blondett, and two wounded.

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