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Key dates over November 1915

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Lives lost on this day: 3

7th November 1915 - Trade Council calls on fellow workers

Rolling Casualty Count: 2539

2nd Batt: Billeted in Ecole des Jeunes Filles at Bethune after marching via Beuvry where they appreciated a meal of bread and cheese, tea and rum.

SMFA: Retaliation shelling, quiet.

Worcester Trades Council Appeal to Fellow Workers issued by Mr J Baldwyn (president) and Mr A Bryan (Secretary) of the Worcester Trades Council – "We the undersigned having been appointed upon the Sub Committee as representatives of Labour to assist in carrying out the necessary work of canvassing the city under the Lord Derby Scheme earnestly appeal to our fellow workers (not eligible for military service) to render all assistance they possibly can by offering their services as canvassers to uphold the voluntary system which we, as a class, believe to be the right one and support tot eh end."

Information researched by the WWW100 team