The Incomparable 29th And the "river Clyde"

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"March 16th, 1915. -After serving for five months as a lieutenant in what was at first known as the 1st Highland Field Ambulance, and afterwards, as the 89th Field Ambulance, I left Coventry, our last


station, to do my little bit in the great European War, our destination being unknown. We had heard wellfounded rumours that we were going to the Dardanelles, or somewhere in the Levant, and our being deprived of our horses and receiving mules instead, and helmets (presumably cork) being ordered for the officers, all pointed to our being sent to a warmer climate than France or Belgium, where the war is raging on the west side of the great drama. " --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

The Incomparable 29th And the "river Clyde"
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