- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, February 7, 1915 (continued)
…pontoons. H.M.S. “Hardinge” was hit twice by shells and ten men wounded.
Sent telegram to Dr. Reisner that a battle had been fought and the Turks driven back. The Egyptian Times states that the Germans have decided to abandon the attack on Egypt on account of the critical condition of the Turkish army in the Caucasus. The Times also states that there is much indignation expressed among neutral nations over Germany’s notification that she intends to blockade the coast of England and sink all vessels.
At two o’clock I went to Mena Camp and was shown about by Messrs. Williams and Collins, of Headquarters Army Service Corps. The horses are beautiful beasts and it is a sight to see so many together. The camp itself is well worth a visit. Took snaps of the kangaroo and wallaby.
Received a letter from Miss Paull with much news of the Museum.
Capt. Bage called to ask if any more ricochets had come over. I told him of the three which struck near me on Thursday and Friday.
Capt. Baker (Headquarters Third Infantry Brigade) called this evening to ask if he might see the works some time. He graduated from the U. of Penn. in 1908, Veterinary Dept.
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