Wednesday 19 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
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.

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Tuesday 18 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
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. 

The scene at Anzac Cove a few days after the landing.

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Sunday 16 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
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. 

Anzac Cove seen from a spot near the tents of the 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station.

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Saturday 15 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
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.

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Friday 14 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
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 parade for water at No 1 Field Ambulance located on Dawkins Point at the seaward end of Victoria Gully.

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Thursday 13 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
Diary of an Anzac

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'AE 2 in the Sea of Marmora, April 1915' By Charles Bryant

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Wednesday 12 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
Diary of an Anzac

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'Gaba Tepe, Turkish position' By  Horace Moore-Jones

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Tuesday 11 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
Diary of an Anzac

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Infantry men in bivouac near a dugout on a steep and rocky slope resting near Walker's Ridge, Anzac Cove

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Tuesday 11 May 2010 by Pen Roberts. 7 comments
News

The postcard concept had its origins in Germany and the United States in the middle of the nineteenth century. By the outbreak of the First World War, millions of postcards were being sent across the world via postal services. The phenomenon of collecting postcards was also well and truly established.

A new display featuring images of women from the First World War postcard collection, is currently showing in the Australian War Memorial’s Reading Room.

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Monday 10 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
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.

Graves and crosses at the Hell Spit Cemetery.

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