Monday 31st May 1915 - Diary of HV Reynolds
Diary of an ANZAC
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‘All the T.B.Ds spent the morning patrolling the sea area between Imbros, Cape Helles and Suvla, evidently in search of an enemy submarine. A new type of aeroplane made its appearance here this morning, it is easily the largest we have seen up to date. For about an hour and a half it circled overhead giving us a wonderful exhibition of aerial stunts in diving, twisting and turning in every direction. An old type of light cruiser put in an appearance today but did no firing.’