Item 02: Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett articles on the Gallipoli campaign, 1915 - Page 99
is sometimes suspended but it never stops. The devoted officers and men on the beach know that the army must be fed and must have ammunition. They carry their lives in their hands day and night but they go on their way cheerfully and not all the guns in Asia will render a beach untenable when it is held by men of this stamp. Heroes won it and heroes now work on it, and meanwhile the enemy is getting rid of an enormous amount of his precious ammunition for his guns are attracted to Lancashire Landing as moths are to a brilliant lamp, whilst the Cave Dwelleers have a nerve racking time but they do get fresh fish almost every day which I believe is what the Specialists recommend as a diet for building up the nervous system.