Tuesday 27th July 1915- Dairy of HV Reynolds
Diary of an ANZAC
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‘Six T.B.Destroyers have been cruising about all day, we have seen very little of them lately. Two have been doing patrol work about here for the past week and have been the only war boats about. The weather has been very warm for the past few weeks and it’s getting extremely hot now, the sun is very fierce and the nights fairly warm. Some exceptionally beautiful sunrises and sunsets are to be seen here at times. Last evening three large transports steamed across from Imbros to Cape Helles.’