Wednesday 28th July 1915- Diary of HV Reynolds
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‘The enemys new gun fired several shells during the day, it appears to be situated somewhere near the Olive Grove. Another 4.7 naval gun was brought ashore today. We received a tin of milk to 4 men with our rations today, several occasions lately we have had rice and raisons issued to us and the milk will be very acceptable with them.’