September 21st and 22nd passed very quietly. The usual artillery and aerial activity prevailed on the night of September 23rd the battalion relieved the 18th Canadian Battalion in the front line. This relief was completed at 9.40p.m. Companies and sections were disposed as shown on the attached sketch. A draft of 36 other ranks reported to the battalion as reinforcements. All reinforcements were inspected by the Officer Commanding, also the Transport and Rear Details.
Image: British planes flying very low. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.