By Hans Jürgen Hansen
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46 Janda Gooding, Gal/ipoli Revisited. In the footsteps of Charles Bean and the Australian Historical Mission, Herdie Grant Books & the Australian War Memorial, Melbourne, 2009, 112. 47 Gooding, Gal/ipoli Revisited, 114. 48 Cutlack, 'Australian Imperial Force', 102. 42 Chapter 4: Gallipoli 1915 station was three hundred yards to the rear. Back and forth they went. It was a highly dangerous task, bullets kept 'pelting' them. They worked throughout the day. The night brought some sort of respite.
The invaders had to seek shelter quickly beneath steep banks. The first troops ashore at Cape Helles were the 2 nd South Wales Borderers. At about the same time the Anzacs were wading ashore beneath the heights. By the time the second wave came ashore 3S Venturing into No Man's Land in the daylight, the troops of the advanced forces had scaled the cliffs and scattered the first Turkish resistance. But from that time on, the Turks skilfully regrouped and the fighting became bitter, deadlocked and desperate.
Tins, kettles and other implements were thrown by the crowd at their horses. Finally they fired into the crowd. They attempted to fire low, but this did not seem to disperse them. Four or five people were dropped by the bullets, but the crowd continued to face the police about five or six yards away as if nothing had happened. One soldier in the wild crowd showed some initiative. He commandeered a doctor's car and other men helped him to shove the wounded into it. The car took off to the hospital.