Sep 16, 2017
The second instalment of the brutal, firsthand account of the savage WW1 battle of Gallipoli, written by Sergeant Fred Reynard of the Isle of Wight Rifles.
There’s more vicious fighting, as the troops continue their struggle to cross the peninsula to get to the waters of the Dardanelles.
There’s more trouble with snipers
We learn about a game of cat and mouse in no-man’s land
And for a brief lull in the fighting, Fred describes a summer truce – but it’s not to play football on the beach!
Finally, we hear three lessons which were brought home to Fred by the battle.
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