Sunday 20th June 1915- Diary of HV Reynolds
Diary of an ANZAC
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‘Things have been very quiet today. A church service was held in our camp this evening. A couple of shells fell right in the track at Dawkins Point at 8.30pm, usually there are numbers passing the spot about that time but fortunately no one was near it tonight. A heavy infantry action seems to be in progress down south tonight. An outburst of rifle fire occurred at about 11pm on our right flank.’