Behind the last wave came the R.M.O.a#39;s with their 32 stretcher bearers marching in single file in four columns some distance apart. ... There were no casualties, as far as I could see going up, although a good few shells were coming in, a lot of these were aquot;duda#39;ac and owing to soft ground they failed to explode, but ... There was a four foot passage in front with two windows looking out towards the Hun lines.
|Title||:||The New Zealand Medical Service in the Great War, 1914-1918|
|Author||:||Anderson Robert Dillon Carbery|