Item 01: Dudley V. Walford diary, 23 September 1914 - 13 August 1916 - Page 50

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early days, but after having dug wells we struck we struck beautiful & clear water which was always plentiful. We had an excellent view from the mountain tops of all the surrounding tops country & of the Turkish positions but on account of the open nature of the country we were frequently pepered with Schrapnell.
May 21. Turks came forward with white flag at 5 p.m. and asked for armistice. General Godly objected & asked them to come again in a proper manner.

Sketch Of Wounded Soldier On A Stretcher

The armistice was granted a few days later and excellent discipline was maintained.

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