Up to 7:00pm the time was spent in preparations and conferences regarding the impending attack. At 7:15pm orders were given to Companies and Details to fall in, including No.2 Company which arrived during the afternoon, The Battalion marched about 6 kilometers and embussed at 10:00pm. The weather was unsettling.
Image: Battalion H.Q. during the advance. Advance East of Arras. August, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.