Our guns began a concentration shoot early last night and continued practically all night. The enemy retaliated strongly and caused 6 casualties in our Battalion.
2 men were killed at 'C' Coy. Hqrs. and Lt. Evans was wounded in the foot. Another man of 'C' Coy. received a shell wound in the foot. All the above casualties were caused by one shell. Lt. Green of B Coy. was badly wounded in the head and died at 7 A.M. this morning. He was buried
the in the village of Aubigny. Lt. Green was an officer in every sense of the word and his death is regretted by all ranks.
In addition to the shelling