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24 April, 1916
Anzac Sidings
We were up at 5.0 am & formed a guard for Ammunition as we advanced along the line to the Rail Head, near there we met with what was left of the Gloueschester [Gloucestershire] Yeomanry  €“ The rest had been captured by the Turks yesterday morning. We had to return & camp at the place with them as there was no water further on. None of the horses had a drink except the officers, I took my mare down & said she was an officers horse so she was dead lucky. I had a quart of tea but was not able to fill my bottle after.

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