Thursday 24th June 1915- Diary of HV Reynolds
Diary of an ANZAC
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‘The 5th Battery, City of Glasgow R.F.A came ashore this afternoon with their 5inch howitzers. After sunset they hauled them round into Victoria Gully just below our camp. Bill Rogers, one of the mates was rather badly wounded by Shrapnel this afternoon near the C.C. Station. At about 6pm both our artillery and the enemys got very active, the enemy have not troubled us from the direction of Kaba Tepe again today, though a gun from that direction has been firing at the minesweepers and T.B.D’s throughout the day.’