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, Even war admits of certain intervals for recreation and amusement, and our sailors and soldiers know well how to take advantage of them. With regard to the first three of these photographs, which reach us from a British war-ship at the Datdanelles, our correspondent writes : ” We didn’t often get a day off, but, when we did, we made the best of it by going on a picnic, all becoming very young and
even going as far as to build sand-castles.” Of Photograph No. 4 he writes that it was ” taken some days before the landing, when one of the Australian infantry bands came and paid us a musical visit one Sunday afternoon. George (about 5 ft. o in.) is doing one of his dances to the bag-pipes.” [Photos. Mbf h Edii F th
a Member of the Expeditionary Force at the Dardanelles.
SHORE LEAVE AT THE DARDANELLES, AND A MUSICAL INTERLUDE : BATHING, BUILDING SAND-CASTLES, AND A DANCE ON DECK.