Item 05: Walter Bruce Rainsford diary, 1 January-31 December 1918 - Page 120
are coming through us – 100 during past 24 hours. We are expecting to be sent forward any time. A bunch of French wounded came through yesterday – 2 officers & 23 other ranks from 55 & 112th Inf. Regts. & 1 Moroccan Tirailleur. The Canadians are on our right & the French on the side of them.
Sun. 11th Aug.
Sudden orders received to move off at noon. 6th Field packed their waggons & moved up to M.D.S. We marched off ½ an hour later out of St. Acheul, on through battered Longerau where we turned off the Roye Road on the fine route leading to Villers-Bretonneux. Near Blangy Tronville we reached the camp occupied by our C Section where we had tea and then continued our journey to Villers-Bretonneux 6½ kilometres further on. The road was alive with traffic &