Memoir of service in France with the BEF in 1914, in Gallipoli in 1915, and in Iraq in 1916. Filled with observations on peoples and places; often employed as unofficial liaison officer.
“Much of this business was ghastly to the point of nightmare. I found a hardened old Albanian chaoush and got him to do anything I wanted. Then a lot of other Albanians came up, and I said: “Tunya tyeta.” I had met some of them in Janian…”
London: Hutchinson & Co., n.d.
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