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photo of one of them as being the man who achieved the practically impossible & threw Turks over his head.
The Turks who happened our way at the start were Regulars, fine big fellows, that I would say averaged at least fourteen & a half stone in weight. Some judge to of weight, from the number of wounded we've fortunately had to collect.
The slaughter on both sides has been terrible from the start & our old First division of Infantry is merely a remnant. The third contingent, who relieved us, will have better time than we had as our Boys, by solid work, have wiped out most of the initial difficulties.
For the time being however we are away from the inferno & as

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