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The HAC in the Great War - June 1917

01/06/2017
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

02/05/2017
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

11/05/2017
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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The HAC in the Great War - April 1917

03/04/2017
The month of April 1917 is best remembered in the Company for the 1st Battalion’s action at Gavrelle.
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The HAC in the Great War - March 1917

03/03/2017
Continuing our series of historical reflections on the HAC's service during WW1...
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The HAC in the Great War - February 1917

01/02/2017
Continuing our series of historical reflections on the HAC's service during WW1...
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Captain-General’s bust takes pride of place at Armoury House

23/01/2017
The bronze bust of the H M The Queen, Captain-General of the Honourable Artillery Company has now been installed in its new, permanent home in the courtyard at Armoury House.
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The HAC in January 1917

04/01/2017
The 1st Battalion did not re-enter the line until 30th January. The month was spent in training as the snow or rain fell. It was a well-deserved rest when one looks at what the Battalion had already achieved since arriving in France in September 1914.
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The HAC in December 1916

07/12/2016
The 1st Battalion was out of the line for most of December. After the heavy casualties in November it absorbed 373 reinforcements, trained hard but managed to find time to play some sport, beating 4th Bedfords at football and the rest of the division at Rugby on Christmas Eve.
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The HAC November 1916

10/11/2016
The 1st and 2nd Battalions were close enough to meet around 19th November, but not before the 1st Battalion had been through two days of very heavy fighting....
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