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[Telegram form – The Eastern Telegraph Company, Limited. Alexandria Station. Dated 23 Aug. 1915. 207 words. Daily Telegraph London]
[Continuation of Ashmead Bartlett's report of the Anzac attack on Lone Pine, of 6th – 10th Aug]
THREE. used stop exactly at ten o'clock on Friday night the New Zealand Brigade clambered over their trenches and furiously charged the Turkish line amidst loud cheers bayonetting all the enemy found therein stop the Turks taken apparently quite unawares fired wildly and were unable to check the advance [censor's deletion] stop thus in a few minutes all the enemy's positions nearest the sea were in our hands and the way was thus cleared for the main advance stop [The following two lines crossed through]
The New Zealanders only stopped to gain breath and then pursued their victorious career rushing in succession the old Number 3 outpost

Ashmead Bartlett Radcliffe censor

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