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Patrick Watt, on 30 April 2012 - 02:23 PM, said:
It was on the night of the 12/13th July 1917 and the shells hit C Company's billet. A platoon from A, B and D Companies were sent to take the place of the men of C Company. An interesting aside from the battalion history says that kilted battalions tended to suffer less than trousered ones from mustard gas attacks as the swinging of the kilt cleared the gas quickly from the region!
The battalion war diary says that 5 officers and 114 men were affected by the gas.
If you would like a list of the men killed please PM me and I will send it on.
All the best