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Sunday 26 January 1919
Divisional Field Officer today. C.O., N.Z.M.R. objected to being inspected!!
Heard report of Anzac garrison. Trenches there still in good order, olive trees grown again, Xs & Headstones removed but graves not violated, in fact Turks had fenced some in. Few identity Discs found in no man's land & a good many had trophies found in among the bones. Most of the officers got up to Constantinople & were well received as Americans!!! The French garrisoning Gallipoli were most hospitable & I understand the Australians have left a good name behind them.
Got leave, off tonight!

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