War Diaries – 38th Bn. CEF

38th Bn, CEF-Sunday, November 3, 1918 it

Morning spent in reorganization in preparatory to attack in afternoon. At 2.30p.m. with Companies in the new order, the Battalion went forward into attack. Only occasional opposition was met with and at dusk a line was taken up from X. 26.c.05.10 to about M.26.d.5.0. Orders were received for the Battalion to again attack at 6.00a.m. on the 4th. Casualties Other ranks – 4 wounded and one missing. Weather Dull.

War Diaries – 21st Bn. CEF

21st Bn, CEF-Sunday, November 3, 1918

The 21st Canadian Battalion attended church parade in the morning, the service being conducted by Capt. R.J. Emison. A warning order was received from the 4th Brigade of a move forward the following day. The undermentioned N.C.Os procceded on this date to England to attend a Cadet Course with the view to qualifying for commissioned ranks – 805133 Sgt. R. C. Henry, 59757 Sgt J.G. McKay, 141581 Sgt. G.W. Palmer and 125484 Cpl. H.V. Whitehall.

War Diaries – 2nd Bn. CEF

2nd Bn, CEF-Sunday, November 3, 1918

Protestant Church parade as held on Bn. Parade Ground at 1100 hours R.C.Church Service at same hour in the Church Rieulay. Immediately after service Battalion formed up and were photographed by the Official War Records photographer. Lt. Col. L.T.McLaughlin, D.S.O. presents a Platoon Challenge Cup to be competed for every two months. First competition schedule for Nov 6th. Lieut. G. Hunter proceeded on 14 days leave to U.K. Weather: Unsettled.