Tuesday 22nd June 1915- Diary of HV Reynolds
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Diary of an Anzac
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‘At about 2am an aeroplane could be heard flying overhead but it could not be seen. One of our new large planes flew over about 11am. The monitor appeared again at about 4pm and we watched her shells exploding near Achi Baba. A report today states that the French have taken and are holding two lines of enemy trenches at Cape Helles. We were unable to get anything from the canteen ship and our money was returned to us today. The 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance relieved us of Capt. Marks station in Victoria Gully today.’