Item 01: Dudley V. Walford diary, 23 September 1914 - 13 August 1916 - Page 40
Light Horse & Infantry Camps. These various units are acting as [indecipherable]reserves while on the banks of the canal are still more camps which are all there ready equipped for action.
Canteens are as usual & Y.M.C.A. are erected there for our comfort. The water supply is obtained by condensing the canal water. The pipes run as far as rail had from which place it is transferred by means of camels. Most of the defensive work has been done by the 8 Eight Labour Corps to whom much credit is due.
June 13 1916.Memorial Service to Kitchener at Karr-0 Sth . Nil Barracks.
Sun. 13 Aug. Left in Kenownes for England.