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Gallipoli Diary, Volume II

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Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 94,748 / 286 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.9
LoC Category: U
Downloads: 1,674
Added to site: 2007.07.09 17573
Genre: War

Almost appallingly frank disclosure of facts, sentiments and judgements, which no ordinary man would have ventured to submit to his contemporaries in this open and unconventional fashion.

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s force the utmost chance of gaining an early success. Judging from the increased effect of the bombardments before the last two attacks on facilitating the Infantry advance I am led to hope that this success would not be long delayed under the cumulative effect of unremitting bombardment. If, therefore, any change in the general situation should make it possible to allow me temporary preferential claim to all the ammunition I should like, I would ask for the following amounts to be here by 1st August, in addition to those accompanying the troops and already promised, namely, 4.5-inch howitzer, 3,000 rounds; 5-inch howitzer, 7,000 rounds; 6-inch howitzer, 5,000, and 9.3-inch howitzer, 500 rounds, all high explosive. I should also ask for a monthly supply on the following scale, first consignment to arrive before 15th August:--

"18-pr. 300,000 "4.5-inch howitzer 30,000 "5-inch howitzer 30,000 "6-inch howitzer 24,000 "60-pr. 15,000 "9.2-inch howitzer 6,000

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