Thursday 10 June 2010 by Janice Farrer. No comments
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. 

An artillery man in his dugout at Gallipoli. An artillery man in his dugout at Gallipoli.

‘The wind has been blowing a gale all day. We have not been troubled with the enemy artillery from Kaba Tepe again today, there may be some truth in something we heard about a T.B.D going in close to Kaba Tepe Point on Tuesday night and throwing her searchlight on to the enemies positions and caught them moving a gun to a new position behind Kaba Tepe. The destroyer immediately opened fire on it and according to accounts destroyed it. The enemy artillery from the direction of our centre has been fairly active, a number of shells fell in and around our camp but did no damage.’