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Bismarck [Warships in Profile 18] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Paui Schmalenbach Название: Bismarck [Warships in Profile 18] Издательство:Profile guides Ltd Год: 1973 Формат: pdf,rar+3% Размер: 5.7MB Язык: английскийСтраниц: 28*2 hotfile.com.com fifty one
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Indd 62 30/11/2004 1:35:52 PM France at Last 63 decided to go and do a bit of last-minute sightseeing and, among other things, we saw the Dead City or City of the Dead cemetery which proved to be very interesting even if a bit macabre. Unfortunately we then had to return to discover that our beloved ambulance unit was being broken up. We were in the 4th Light Horse Field Ambulance attached to the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade. e whole brigade was being broken up and its members used to reinforce other divisions.
One of the grouches we had against the British was that any successes we Australians had were rarely reported in the British press, and if they were we were invariably described as ‘British troops’. at’s why it was a nice surprise when we came across an article in e Illustrated London News dated Saturday, September 25th, in which tribute was paid to the heroism of the 3rd Brigade of the First Division on the day of the landing, the 2nd Brigade at Cape Helles and especially the 1st Brigade at Lone Pine.
Before that day the Anzacs often used to hold up dummies to draw the Turks’ fire, but after that day some of them held up targets for them to shoot at, and even tossed them tins of food or cigarettes as prizes … much to the disgust of the top brass who called it fraternizing with the enemy. ey also used to throw notes back and forward, and if one fell short they’d ask each other to hold their fire while they climbed out to get it. If a German officer got too close the Turks would signal for the Australians to get down under cover so they could fire a few shots at the Anzac lines for appearance’s sake.