Volume 2: Letters written on active service, M-W, 1914-1919 - Page 160
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attacked the Huns on the morning of the 23 of Aug. and it was a very successful stunt.
I believe we have made a record for any army in the taking of prisoners, guns and territory, so I am very proud to belong to the division which has made such a glorious record. Of course Miss King people but those who take part in stunts have not the slightest idea of what it is like and I wish I were near you to tell you how the N.S.W. boys climbed the ridge (near where the big gun was captured) and how the huns ran away from them. It was a glorious sight, but I hope the day is near when I will tell you exactly what happened. Me being in the second wave about 150 yards from the first could see everything