The balance of Sunday and Monday were devoted to refitting, with pay parade on Monday morning. During the night enemy aircraft were active bombing in our rear areas. No bombs were dropped in our immediate vicinity. On the morning of August 19th, the battalion received orders to be read to move on very short notice. At 9.30p.m. the battalion moved via march route to Bowes. Where it rested in the fields adjoining the Railway Station.
Image: Prisoners newly taken. Battle of Amiens August, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.