The Great War, I was there - Part 10

A GALLIPOLI LUXURY —FRESHWATER WASH Too often in the Gallipoli drama the British soldier found his lot made harder by the lack of water supply which would have cleansed and soothed him after days and weeks beneath the sun.burning True, the bathing parades from the beaches that became famous were welcome, but these were necessarily infrequent for some units,'and in several cases shell-fire was a constant hazard. Fortunate indeed, then, was the fellow who is shown here taking a much-needed bath safely undercover in one of the few streams that flowed through the Peninsula. Imperial War Museum K
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