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The HAC in the Great War - November 1917

In November the focus must shift back to Egypt and Palestine where A and B batteries were deeply involved in Allenby’s “Great Offensive”. 
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The HAC in the Great War - October 1917

In France and Flanders the HAC’s two battalions and three batteries were variously engaged, and all visited by the Earl of Denbigh at the end of the month.
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The HAC in the Great War - September 1917

In the desert, both A and B Batteries supported aggressive reconnaissance against Turkish lines. In France, all batteries were in action around the Ypres salient, where the Battle of Passchendaele continued...
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The HAC in the Great War - August 2017

August 1917, for the 1st and 2nd Battalions,  was in the rain shadow of their very tough fighting in April and May.
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Battersea Council to recognise WW1 VC winners in new social housing development

Several new housing developments in Battersea are to be named after local First World War soldiers who were awarded the Victoria Cross.
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The 2nd Annual City Invitational Cup

The 2nd Annual City Invitational Cup, a charity Twenty20 cricket match played in aid of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, saw a dramatic finish with Ashes winner Simon Jones’ City Select XI taking the win with the last ball of the match...
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The HAC in the Great War - July 1917

The 2nd Battalion spent the month on the Bullecourt Front, mainly out of the line but close enough to lose 6 soldiers to shell fire...
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The HAC in the Great War - June 1917

Perhaps the most significant event in June 1917 was the arrival of the headquarters of the American Expeditionary Force at the Tower of London, where they were hosted by the 3rd Battalion.
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The HAC in the Great War - May 1917

After the fierce fighting around Gavrelle the 1st Battalion was relieved by the East Yorks and went into billets for nearly the whole month of May, except for 5 days in the Gavrelle line between the 20th and 25th May.
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HAC Open Evening 2017

The tenth annual HAC Open Evening took place on Tuesday 9th May and saw almost 3,000 visitors flock to the Artillery Garden on a bright, warm spring evening to attend one of London’s biggest military displays.
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