Friday 7 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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Thursday 6 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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Wednesday 5 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. 

Improvised sign made from a piece of rectangular galvanised tin.

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Tuesday 4 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 AIF supply depot at No 2 Outpost near ANZAC Cove with some ships standing offshore.

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Monday 3 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
Diary of an Anzac

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Wounded soldiers arrive at the 3rd Battalion dressing station in Shrapnel Gully, as more wounded come down the valley.

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Sunday 2 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. 

Infantrymen hauling the 4.7 naval gun up the slope of Victoria Gully to its position on the right at Anzac.

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Saturday 1 May 2010 by Janice Farrer.
Diary of an Anzac

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Friday 30 April 2010 by Janice Farrer.
Diary of an Anzac

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A group of eight unidentified stretcher bearers, four of them shirtless, at a relay station on the Gallipoli Peninsula.

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65 years ago a very special operation began to provide food to the starving civilians in the German occupied Netherlands.  During the harsh winter of 1944-1945 the Dutch population endured a major famine. Known as the ‘hungerwinter’ it was concentrated in the densely populated urban areas bounded by Amsterdam, Utrecht, Rotterdam and The Hague. By 1945 the daily ration had been reduced to 600 calories – a third of what it had been in 1941.

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Thursday 29 April 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 of stretcher bearers of the 1st Field Ambulance about four days after the landing at Anzac Cove.

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