Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of With the Zionists in Gallipoli. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print.
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Look inside the book: Had they been backed up at the time of the first landing on April 25th, 1915, by the 'incomparable 29th Division,' one of the best the British Army has ever seen, together with the two French Divisions, with their hundred celebrated .75 guns, and the Royal Naval Division, no Turkish troops at that time in the neighbourhood could for a moment have stood up against them, and with our grip once established on the Peninsula nothing could have shaken us off—not all the soldiers in the Ottoman Empire.
...Never since the days of Judas Maccabæus had such sights and sounds been seen and heard in a military camp; indeed, had that redoubtable General paid us a surprise visit, he might have imagined himself with his own legions, because here he would have found a great camp with the tents of the Children of Israel pitched round about; he would have heard the Hebrew tongue spoken on all sides, and seen a little host of the Sons of Judah drilling to the same words of command that he himself used to those gallant soldiers who so nobly fought against Rome under his banner; he would even have heard the54 plaintive soul-stirring music of the Maccabæan hymn chanted by the men as they marched through the camp. ...Continua Nascondi