Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 28
as you can guess, a sight not likely to be forgotten, I don't think I ever saw so many horsemen in one lot before.
The whole think was well managed, every man & horse drew his rations regularly & in plenty, there was plenty of water for everyone & plenty to eat, even bread & canned vegetables & meat with gravy which after a few minutes near a fire, made a good hot meal.
wonderfully carried out.
We got back to our little palm tree camp, pretty tired & sleepy & turned in for a sleep.
Two or 3 of the lads were killed & a few wounded, but not many.
There is a big movement among the Anzac Mounted Division to erect a bronze equestrian memorial on the bank of the canal, where everyone who gets through can see it – to those of our comrades who have