Item 06: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 16 August-22 November 1916 - Page 57
told us were leaving Rom,ani for Kantara tomorrow morning & gave us some good advice Three 2nd L. Horsemen were then decorated for conspicuous service on the Peninsula, one Military Cross and 2 DCM's;
We have been kept very busy today preparing to move Chauvel said we were going to Kantara as our horses needed a spell; Camel transports have been busy all the afternoon taking equipment to
the Railway head.
Reveille this morning at 3 oclock, fed our horses and saddled up, had breakfast & filed off the lines at 4.30 & formed up West of the Camp, stopped for breakfast.