Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 59
demurred but all fell to with a will so that by 6.30 the road was completed and the Battery enabled to come into position.
That is the difference between Imperial and Colonial discipline but for Ashmead Bartlett or any contemporary to even hint at our undisciplined army or any lack of discipline is both erroneous and farcical.
Further Mr C.E.W. Bean perhaps one of the ablest war correspondents on Service and a man whose ability is recognised by all as not only a clever journalist but a far-seeing solid man who never loses sight of those two enormous factors Truth and Justice, understands the Colonial so well, so intimately for is he not one