Wednesday 14 July 2010 by Janice Farrer. 1 comment
Diary of an ANZAC

Please note: Care has been taken to transcribe these entries without alteration to preserve the original language of Herbert Vincent Reynolds. 

A typical cooking 'range' made from inverted Turkish shell cases. A typical cooking 'range' made from inverted Turkish shell cases. C01796

'A small ration of flour and rice was issued to us today. Providing we can turn it into something eatable it will be a welcome change to our small rations. At about 6pm one of our aeroplanes flew over and bombed the enemy lines. As I was going round to see some mates in the 4th Fld Amb and enemy shell exploded on a barge near the C.C.Station in the Cove, a number of troops were in swimming and some of them were in the barge, several being badly wounded. Captain Campbell, a medical officer of one of the Light Horse Regiments had both legs shattered.’

For the classroom: What would you cook from the following ingredients: Rice, Flour, Corned Beef, Jam and water.

Comments

michael

i thought that this was a relevant peice of history and i will me using it in my australian world wars assignment so thank you and that is a awesome peice of history right there.