Gallipoli Diary, Volume I

Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 104,127 / 297 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 70.8
LoC Category: U
Audiobook: librivox.org
Downloads: 1,910
Added to site: 2006.09.20
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Origin: gutenberg.org
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In war, keep your own counsel, preferably in a note-book.

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they would be amply content if only the old Old Army and the Territorials could be kept up to strength. Now they've been down to Aldershot and seen the New Army they are changing their tune, but I am by no means sure, now, that I'll give it to them. French and his Staff believe firmly that the British Imperial Armies can pitch their camp down in one corner of Europe and there fight a world war to a finish. The thing is absurd but French, plus France, are a strong combine and they are fighting tooth and nail for the 29th Division. It must clearly be understood then:--"

(1) That the 29th Division are only to be a loan and are to be returned the moment they can be spared.

(2) That all things ear-marked for the East are looked on by powerful interests both at home and in France as having been stolen from the West.

Did I take this in? I said, "I take it from you." Did I myself, speaking as actual Commander of the Central Striking Force and executively responsible for the land defence

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